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1961 




KENNETH KARL KILPATRICK 

EDITOR 



WILLIAM KING WILLIS 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 



GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 



EAST CAROLINA 




Entering the main gate of the college, the visitor's first sight is that of Austin Building 




Colorful brick buildings are a tradition on the campus 





When classes change, the traffic starts to flow 



The new dormitories on the 
south campus house all men 
students 






BL'tween classes is always a good time for bull sessions 



A GROWING SPIRIT 



Sports play an important part 
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The walk from Rawl Building to the soda shop is a well-worn path 




The long walk to Austin Building is made by many students each day. 




A PLACE TO LEARN 




Burning the midnight 
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Some prefer to study alone 



"Take my advice honey . . . buy them!" 




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Sometimes there are 
nroblems to talk over 



It's not hard to tell who the life of this 
party is 




A little cheesecake never hurt anyone 



AND TO BECOME A PART OF 



There's no way to get around it 
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ADMINISTRATION 

Coordinating the activities of the ad- 
ministation, the Board of Trustees, and 
the faculty is Dr. Leo W. Jenkins, as 
E.C.C. forges ahead to greater educa- 
tional and intellectual achievement. Join 
us now as we take a look at the progress 
made by these people in their various 
capacities, and as we glimpse what the 
future has in store for this college. 



EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 
IS AN ACCREDITED MEMBER OF 

The American Association of Colleges for 
Teacher Education 

The Southern Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools 

Association of American Colleges 

The North Carolina College Conference 

The National Association of Business 
Teacher-Training Institutions 

Member, The National Commission on Accrediting 
Association of American Colleges 

Member of the National Association 
of Schools of Music 

and 

American Association of University Women 

Accredited by 

National Council for Accreditation 

of Teacher Education 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

ADMINISTRATION 18 

DEPARTMENTS 27 

RESIDENCES 45 

STUDENT LIFE 53 

WHO'S WHO 63 

MARSHALS 71 

QUEENS 77 

ORGANIZATIONS 90 

PUBLICATIONS 101 

RELIGION 115 

COLLEGE UNION 131 

HONORARY FRATERNITIES 135 

MILITARY 149 

FINE ARTS 157 

CLUBS 173 

PROFESSIONAL 195 

GREEKS 199 

CLASSES 234 

GRADUATES 236 

SENIORS ....._ 239 

JUNIORS 279 

• SOPHOMORES 295 

FRESHMEN 315 

SPORTS 336 

FOOTBALL 339 

BASKETBALL 355 

SPRING SPORTS 363 

ADVERTISEMENTS 388 




MR. J. H. WALDROP 
Chairman 



BOARD 

OF 

TRUSTEES 



Mr. Robert Morgan Vice Chairman 

Mrs. Agnes Barrett Secretary 

Mr. F. D. Duncan Treasurer 



MR. J. H. WALDROP 



MR. HENRY BELK 



MR. FRED WILLETTS 



MR. W. W. TAYLOR, JR. 



MR. CHARLES H. LARKINS 



MR. HENRY OGLESBY 



MR. CARL GOERCH 



MRS. W. B. UMSTEAD 



MRS. AGNES BARRETT 



MR. JAMES WHITFIELD 



MR. F. D. DUNCAN 



MRS. ELIZABETH S. BENNETT 



MR. BAXTER RIDENHOUR 



MR. ROBERT MORGAN 



East Carolina College 
Inaugurates Dr. Leo W. 
Jenkins as its 6th 
President. 



Mr. Herbert Waldrop administers the oath of 
office to Dr. Leo W. Jenkins. 



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Dr. William C. Friday and Dr. Jenkins enjoy 
the music of the East Carolina Collegre band and 
chorus. 








Dr. Jenkins serves cake to 
Mrs. Jenkins and four of his 
six children — James, Jeffrey 
Jack, Suzanne, Patricia, and 
Sallie Jean. 



Friday the 13th of May, 1960, was not 
an unlucky day in the life of Dr. Leo W. 
Jenkins who on that date was inaugurated 
as the sixth president of East Carolina 
College. 

Dr. Jenkins is a graduate of Rutgers 
University, B.S. degree; Columbia Univer- 
sity, M.A. Degree; New York University, 
Ed.D. Degree and has also done graduate 
work at Duke University. 

In his native state of New Jersey, Dr. 
Jenkins had served as assistant to the 
Commissioner for Higher Education in the 
New Jersey State Department of Educa- 
tion. 

Dr. Jenkins had a most commendable 
military service record serving as Major 
in the U. S. Marine Corps. In addition to 
being head of this institution, he is pres- 
ently serving as member in the Resei-ve of 
United States Information Agency, Atomic 
Energy Advisory Committee, President of 
the North Carolina Association of Academic 
Deans, and Delegate to the White House 
Conference on Education. Dr. Jenkins also 
holds honors, membership, and offices in 
some twenty-five other civic and educa- 
tional organizations. He is an author, 
orator, active church member, and a de- 
voted family man. 

A crowd of ten thousand witnessed the 
inaugural exercises, marked by academic 
tradition and colorful pagentry, on the 
campus of East Carolina College. Some two 
hundred robed officials included presidents, 
deans, and faculty members who repre- 
sented some thirty colleges and univer- 
sities throughout the nation. The proces- 
sional was led by the Governor of North 
Carolina, Luther Hodges. 




DR. LEO W. JENKINS 





VICE PRESIDENT AND 
BUSINESS MANAGER 

MR. F. D. DUNCAN 



DEAN OF INSTRUCTION 



DR. R. L. HOLT 





REGISTRAR 

DR. JOHN HORNE 



DEAN OF 
STUDENTS 
AFFAIRS 

DR. J. H. TUCKER 




DEAN OF WOMEN 

MISS RUTH WHITE 





ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 

DR. JAMES W. BUTLER 



DEAN OF MEN 

MR. JAMES B. MALLORY 




DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC 
ELATIONS AND EXTENSION 



DR. RALPH BRIMLEY 




IRECTOR OF PLACEMENT 

SERVICES 



MR. JACK EDWARDS 




DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI 



MR. G. ALLEN NELMS 





DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIES 




ASSISTANT REGISTRAR 



DR. J. K. LONG 



MISS REBECCA S. 
STARKEY 



DIRECTOR OF NEWS BUREAU 

MISS MARY H. GREENE 




DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS 

ACTIVITIES 

MR. D. D. GROSS 




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ART 



Now art students may work toward a M.A. 
degree in the Art Department of East Carolina 
College. Further, this college claims the distinc- 
tion of having the only Art Department east of 
Woman's College which gives the comprehensive 
graduate work that our Art Department offers. 
Special activity courses offered are ceramics, gra- 
phics, sculpture, crafts, textiles, and painting. 

College facilities are utilized to exhibit and sell 
students' works. 



DR. WELLINGTON GRAY 



First Row: Mr. Francis L. Neel, Mr. Wesley Crawley, Mr. John Merritt, Dr. Bruce Carter, Mr. Thomas Mims, Dr. 

Donald Sexauer, Mr. Metz Gordley. Second Row: Mr. Wellington Gray; Dr. Leon Jacobson. 




SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 



Today's businessmen can look forward to hir- 
ing those who graduate from the East Carolina 
College School of Business. This School of Busi- 
ness claims the distinction of being the first to 
offer an approved course in executive technique 
under the auspices of the Southern Institute of 
Management and the American Institute of 
Management. 

To educate men and women for positions of 
leadership in the business life of North Carolina 
is the primary purpose of the School of Business. 
In conjunction with this purpose the School offers 
specialized and thorough training in areas of busi- 
ness administration and secretarial science. 




DEAN E. R. BROWNING 



First row: Mr. Jack Edwards, Miss Gwendolyn Potter, 
Mr. William Durham, Miss Frances Daniels, Mr. Harold 
McGrath. Second row : Mrs. Thadys Dewar, Dr. Audrey 
Dempsey, Miss Velma Lowe, Dr. Tora Larsen, Miss 
Peggy Holman, Mr. Alton Finch. Third row: Mrs. 
Guida Debter, Miss Ruby Edens, Mr. Ledbetter, 



Miss Dorothy Brandon. Mrs. Carol Hart, Mr. William S. 
Hart. Fourth row: Dr. Samuel W. Dry, Miss Lena C. 
Ellis, Mr. Norman Cameron, Mr. James Bearden, Mrs. 
Sue Howell, Mrs. Samuel Dry. Fifth row: Mr. C. C. Daw- 
son, Mr. W. W. Howell, Mr. Bob Meyers, Mrs. Meyers. 





First row: Dr. Ruth Moddin, Mrs. Eagen, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. 
Mary Smith, Mrs. Fennell, Mrs. Blue. Second row: Miss 
Sallie Klingenschmidt, Miss Murray, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. 
Savage, Dr. Dowell, Miss Taylor. Third row: Dr. Staton, 



Miss Wahl, Dr. Oppelt, Mrs. Stocks; Dr. Holmes. Fourth 
row: Mr. Bernard Jackson, Dr. Batten, Mr. Hall, Dr. 
Spear, Mr. Cornacchione. 



EDUCATION 



Not only to prepare undergraduate 
majors in primary and grammar educa- 
tion for graduation and teacher certifi- 
cation, but to serve as well as a consult- 
ing agency for school systems in eastern 
North Carolina is the dual role of the 
Education Department. 

Professional courses for secondary 
education majors in other departments 
and graduate courses in education for 
those working towards a M.A, degree are 
offered by this department. 



DR. E. J. CARTER 




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First row: Dr. Elizabeth Utterback, Dr. Meredith D. 
Posey, Mrs. Mary Goodman, Dr. Katherine White. Second 
row: Mr. Richard Capwell, Dr. Frances Winkles, Dr. 
Rachel Kilpatrick, Mrs. A. Jenkins, Dr. Virginia Herren. 
Third row: Mrs. Mary Poindexter, Miss Lois Grigsby, 
Mrs. Marie Browning, Miss Ruth Coplan, Dr. Grace Seller, 



Dr. George Cook. Fourth row: Dr. Louise Greer, Dr. Her- 
mine Caraway, Mrs. Faye Clay, Miss Patricia Reynolds, 
Miss Sallie Jean Garden, Dr. Francis R. Adams, Dr. 
Robert Richert. Fifth row: Mrs. Ruth Everett, Dr. Edgar 
Jenkins, Miss Janice Hardison, Dr. John Ebbs, Mr. Claude 
L. Garren, Dr. Ralph Rives. 



ENGLISH 




A variety of courses offered enables 
students to attain an A.B., B.S., and M.A. 
degree in the English Department. 

The English Department serves the en- 
tire college in that all students are re- 
quired to take at least 18 hours of Eng- 
lish instruction in many phases of spoken 
and written English as well as in Eng- 
lish and American Literature. 



DR. MEREDITH D. POSEY 




1st row: Dr. Sue Matz, Mrs. Marguerite Perry. 2nd row: Mr. Robert Morrison, Dr. 
Fred Martin, Dr. Henry Wanderman, Mr. James Fleming. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




To further the pronunciation ability of 
students in the foreign languages, the 
Foreign Languages Department utilizes 
foreign students in classroom work. 

Two years of German and introductory 
courses in Russian are offered along with 
courses leading to the A.B. and B.S. degrees 
with majors in French and Spanish. 



MR. JAMES L. FLEMING 




First row: Dr. Harley Milstead, Dr. Jean Lowry, Dr. Dr. George Martin, Mr. J. B. Cummings, Dr. Robert E. 

Woodford Garrigus. Second row: Dr. Donald Petterson, Cramer, Dr. Morton Winsberg. 



GEOGRAPHY 



DR. HARLEY P. MILSTEAD 



East Carolina College has one of the larg- 
est undergraduate Geography Departments 
in the nation today. 

Teaching an integrative subject which 
deals with relationships, the Geography De- 
partment offers A.B. degrees to students in 
this department. 





Health and Physical Education is concern- 
ed with three type of programs. This state- 
ment holds true for the Health and Physical 
Education Department at East Carolina Col- 
lege. Here, this department offers a general 
program consisting of a wide range of in- 
structive and recreational activities to meet 
the needs of all students; a competitive pro- 
gram which includes an extensive intramural 
program supplementing the curricular activi- 
ties ; a comprehensive intercollegiate athletics 
program; and a professional training pro- 
gram offering courses to meet the needs of 
all students desiring certification in fields of 
public school teaching. 



DR. NEPHI M. JORGENSON 



HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




1st row: Mr. Ray Martinez, Mr. Bill McDonald, Mr. Still- 
man, Miss Stalling-s, Dr. Francis Pyne. 2nd row: Mr. Jack 
Boone, Mr. Earl Smith, Miss Mavis Mitchell, Miss Lor- 
rayne Graff, Dr. Readen, Miss Betty Russell. 3rd row: 



Dr. Nephi Jorgensen, Mr. Wendell Carr, Mrs. Nancy 
Brown, Dr. Howard Porter, Miss Gaye Hogan, Mr. James 
B. Mallory, Mr. Frank Madigan. 



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A home economist graduating from the 
Home Economics Department of East Caro- 
lina College has a variety of professions from 
which to choose: teacher, home demonstra- 
tion agent, home economist in business, or 
dietician. After an additional year of gradu- 
ate study, even more vocational choices are 
open to the home economist. 

Homemaker or career woman, a graduate 
of the East Carolina College Home Economics 
Department is well-prepared to meet the ex- 
acting demands of his job. 




DR. BESSIE McNIEL 



HOME ECONOMICS 





Standing I to R Miss Mil.el Dougherty, Miss Alice Strann, Miss Ruth Lambi. 
Sitting Miss Geitiude bodeibeig. 




Left to Right: Mr. Carroll Smith, Mr. Robert Leith, Dr. H. B. Monroe, Dr. Thomas 
Haigwood, Dr. Frederick Broadhurst, Mr. Robert Paysinger. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




With its primary function being the prepara- 
tion of industrial arts teachers for the public 
schools of North Carolina, the Industrial Arts 
Department's undergraduate curriculum offers 
both variety and depth of study in several areas 
of industrial arts. Courses offered include: hand 
and machine woodwork, hand and machine metal- 
work, technical and architectural drafting, letter- 
press and silk screen printing, electricity and 
electronics. In addition to the above courses in 
crafts, general shop design and industrial arts 
teacher preparation are also taught. 



DR. KENNETH L. BING 



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There are over one hundred thousand books and 
magazines in Joyner Library, all of which are 
made available to the students through the ef- 
forts of the Library Science Department's com- 
petent staff. No less important is the job of the 
staff to train school librarians. Those v^ho com- 
plete the various courses of study are then quali- 
fied to serve as librarians in elementary, junior 
or senior high schools. 




LIBRARY SCIENCE 



WENDELL W. SMILEY 



First row: Miss Pilar Ramsey, Mrs. Crenshaw, Mrs. Ed- 
wards, Miss Nancy Butler, Mrs. Marrington, Miss Vernie 
Wilder, Miss Elizabeth Walker. Second row: Dr. South- 



wick, Miss Sally Mann, Mrs. Williams, Miss Lilly Carr, 
Mr. Coefield, Mr. Williams, Miss Emily Boyce, Mrs. 
Batten, Gene Lanier, Mrs. Anderson. 



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students who complete three full 
quarters of graduate work in the Mathe- 
matics Department may now receive 
their M.A. In recent years the graduate 
work program has been extended to in- 
clude Modern Algebra, Matrix Algebra, 
Theory of Numbers, Analytic Mechanics, 
Euclidean Geometry, Foundation Geome- 
try, Theory of Complex Variables, Ad- 
vanced Calculus, Theory of Pointsets, 
and Properties of Infinite Series. 

Recent undergraduate courses added 
include Machine, Computation, Statistics, 
Mathematical Analysis, College Geome- 
try, and Vector Geometry of Space. 




DR. DAVID R. DAVIS 



MATHEMATICS 



First row: Miss Lona Manning, Mrs. Vera Davis, Dr. 
David R. Davis, Miss Louise Williams, Mrs. Ellen Flem- 
ing, Dr. John Reynolds. Second row: Mr. Dennis Williams, 



James Pleasant, Mr. Milan Johnson, Mr. Oscar Bran- 
, Mr. John Davis, Dr. A. C. Holland, Dr. Percy Scott. 





Designed to develop selected cadets 
through a sound education and training 
program, the Air Force Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps bases its program on the 
initial motivation of cadets to serve as 
career officers in the United States Air 
Force. 

Being comprised of a cross-section of 
East Carolina College's finest students, 
AFROTC strives to develop those quali- 
ties of leadership and attributes essential 
to progressive advancement to position 
of greater responsibility as commission- 
ed officers in the USAF. 



Lt. Col. Norman F. Merritt, Jr. 
Professor of Air Science 



MILITARY SCIENCE 



Left to Right: Captain Vance Lockamy, Captain Jay Baker, Tech. Sgt. Erwin Koon, 
Airman 1st Class Henry Pitt, Tech. Sgt. Harrison. 




MUSIC 



Major factors in the overall program of 
the East Carolina College Music Depart- 
ment are service to the college, the com- 
munity, and the music profession. Its dedi- 
cated purpose is to serve students and as- 
sist in the development of their talents to 
the highest possible degree. 

Students may pursue majors in applied 
music, music education, voice, instrument, 
or a combination of the two areas, music 
supervision, and church music. 





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1st row: Mrs. Eleanor Toll, Mrs. Gladys White, Miss 
Beatrice Chauncy, Dr. Durham. 2nd row: Dr. Paul Hick- 
fang, Mrs. Elizabeth Drake, Mr. Thomas Miller, Mr. 
Lyle "Wilcox, Mr. Lewis Danfelt. 3rd row: Mr. Gordan 



Johnson, Dr. Wolfgang Fetsch, Dr. Robert Carter, Mr. 
Herbert Carter. 4th row: Mr. James Parnell, Mr. Donald 
Hayes, Mr. Dan Vornholt. 



1st row: Mrs. Gertrude Neis, Dr. Elsie Dotson, Dr. Ruby 
Bliss, Dr. Donald Irvine; Dr. Lloyd Standlee. 2nd row: 



Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Dr. Stanley Harris, Mr. Eric 
Graf, Dr. Cecil Allen. Dr. Frank Scott, Mr. Calvert Dixon. 



PSYCHOLOGY 



DR. CLINTON PREWETT 



The purpose of the Psychology Depart- 
ment of East Carolina College is to pro- 
vide students of psychology with a deep- 
er and more comprehensive understand- 
ing of their fellow man. 

The Department offers an A. B. and 
a M.A. in the field of psychology as well 
as a minor for A.B. candidates and stu- 
dents majoring in Elementary Educa- 
tion. 





First row: Dr. Charles Reynolds, Dr. Frank Eller, Dr. 
Grover Everett, Dr. Leland Stewart. Second row: Dr. 
Austin Bond, Mr. Floyd Read, Mr. J. 0. Darwick, Dr. 
Mary Helms, Dr. Marshall Holms. Third row: Mr. Shep- 



ard Faber, Mr. Joseph Boyette, Mr. Mattheis, Dr. Joseph 
LeConte. Fourth row: Mr. Corbin, Mr. Jeffreys, Dr. Gra- 
ham Davis, Dr. Christine Welton. 



SCIENCE 




The Science Department provides the students 
of our school with a general understanding of 
science and its important role today, furnishes a 
broad fundamental training in the basic sciences, 
trains teachers of science for primary and secon- 
dary schools as well as works with those already 
teaching in schools. It also sponsors and encour- 
ages research in sciences. 

This Department offers specific degrees in 
Biology, Chemistry, and Physical Sciences as well 
as general B.S., A.B., and M.A. degrees. 



DR. CHARLES W. REYNOLDS 




First row: Dr. Richard Todd, Dr. Edmondson, Dr. L. 
Steelman, Dr. J. Steelman. Second row: Dr. Howard Day, 
Dr. Paul Toll, Dr. Kathleen Lunlop, Dr. George Pasti, 
Dr. Douglas, Dr. John M. Howell. Third row: Dr. Hubert 



A. Coleman, Dr. Fabrner, Dr. John Ellen, Mr. Calhoun, 
Mr. Hervert Paschal, Dr. Knapp. Fourth row: Mr. Harold 
Goldstein, Dr. Paul Murray, Dr. Williams, Dr. Emerson, 
Dr. Lawrence Brewster, Dr. Charles L. Price, Mr. Don 
Lennon. 



SOCIAL STUDIES 



The basic and most outstanding effort of the 
Social Studies Department is to provide students 
with a thorough understanding of society. 

The department presents a series of lectures to 
the college and town community enbettering the 
public. 

It is possible to obtain an A.B., B.S. and M.A. 
degree in this department. 




DR. PAUL MURRAY 



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East Carolina College now offers a four-year 
course in Nursing, which leads to a Bachelor of 
Science Degree. 

The Dean of Nursing is Mrs. Eva Warren who 
comes to East Carolina from Watts Hospital in 
Durham, North Carolina. 

The Nursing Students have the privilege of 
selecting their uniforms and caps. The Art De- 
partment presented various styles of caps for the 
girls to choose from. 



MRS. EVA WARREN 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 




Mrs. Ray Martinez, Instructor, 



Lela Gray Harris, Staff Secretary 




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JONES HALL 





President, Ronnie Fochlar 
Vice President, Donald Arthur 
Secretary and Treasurer, Tom Ray 



President, Tim Bradley 
Secretary, Harry Felton 
Treasurer, Bobby Denton 



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esident, Ada Jane Kivett 

:e President, Mary Joyce Parrish 

eretary, Jackie Bullard 

easurer, Brenda Reges 



GOTTEN HALL 





FLEMING HALL 



President, Peggy Wynn 
Vice President, Harriet Horton 
Secretary, Sue Sparkman 
Treasurer, Travis Cannon 





EAST WING 

President, Sandra Yorks, 
Vice President, Andrain Waters 
Secretary, Becky Coley 
Treasurer, Peggy Chambers 



GARRETT HALL 



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WEST WING 

President, Patty Godsey 
Vice President, Penny Porter 
Treasurer, Barbara Moser 
Secretary, Rose Lindsey 




President, Ribecca Singleton 
Vice President, Marcelle Vogel 
Secretary, Betsy Grimsley 
Treasurer, Janice Pope 



JARVIS HALL 




RAGSDALE HALL 





President, Cynthia Kennedy 
Vice President, Linda Efland 
Secretary, JoAnn Gupton 
Treasurer, Margaret Blythe 



President, Judy Lambert 
Vice President, Becky Brooks 
Secretary, Carolyn Hunt 
Treasurer, Becky Narron 



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President, Georgia Hooks 
Vice President, Ann Marshburn 
Secretary, Martha Hudgiiis 
Treasurer, Dottie Glover 



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WILSON HALL 




President, Jean Flake 
Vice President, Karen Brown 
Secretary, Kay Hood 
Treasurer, Bonnie Russ 




WOMEN'S HALL 





President, Marjorie Taylor 
Vice President, Carol Roush 
Secretary, Carolyn Gorrell 
Treasurer, Velma Eaton 



DIRECTOR OF HOUSING 



MELVIN BUCK 




DORMITORY 
COUNSELORS 





DR. GLEN REEDER 
Jones Hall 



These men and women are resident hall counselors 
and serve on the Dean of Men and Dean of Women's 
staff. They live in the residences with the students 
and are friend and counselor to the students with 
whom they live. 



MR. TRAVIS MARTIN 
"A" Dorm. 




Seated: Mrs. Sally Ingram, Jarvis; Mrs. Ruth Garner, 
Fleming; Mi-s. Helen Snyder, Garrett East; Mrs. Brunie 
Yardley, Slay; Mrs. Daisy Rogers, Umstead East. Stand- 
ing: Miss Alma Bizzell, Gotten; Mrs. Ray Martinez, Wom- 



an's Hall; Miss Eunice McGee, Ragsdale; Miss Louise 
Morris, Umstead West; Miss Sophie Fischel, Garrett 
West. Not Pictured: Miss Hazel Clark, Gotten; Mrs. Es- 
tella Striplin, Wilson. 




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REGISTRATION 




'What's an easv three hour course?'' 



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this." 





Hard registration calls for cool relaxation. 



HOMECOMING 




Past Queen Dottie McEwen crowns Elanor Speckman, 1960 Homecoming 
Queen. 



Biic gets in the act during half-time. 





Theta Chi took the trophy for this best float. 




Mr. E. and his men provided the sounds. 




Rain, sleet, or snow, the game must go on ... . and it did. 




You can bet this is one class that no one cut 




GRADUATION 



Keith Wilder receives her degree. 




The devoted Marshals reported for work, as usual. 



It was a tough fight mom, but I won. 





'Now let's see take the diploma with left hand 

vith the right or is it the other way around ?" 



ind shake hands 



'Watch out big world, here I come.' 





Some stay on for siimmei' school and eat watermelon. 




The latest in student entertainment outdoor can can. 






Every night is finger-popping time in the C. U. 



Pledging a fraternity can be hard 
work. 




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PRAISE TO YOUR NAME SO FAIR" 



There are many things to be obtained in life . . . money, fame, 
everlasting truth, or just a chance now and then to share a few 
moments of happiness with those around us. 

Whatever it is that each of us are seeking, we at East Carolina 
are all members of a common band. We have chosen to obtain 
the things we want through the means of higher education. We 
gamble four years of our lives in hopes for a better return. Books 
are read, themes are written, exams are dreaded, classes are 
cut, a few beers are downed, and for some . . . love is found. 

In the end, those who remain are a dedicated few. A lot is 
yet to be faced, but even more has already been faced. At any 
rate, what lies ahead can be met with a little more confidence 
now than would have been possible before we came to East 
Carolina. For this contribution to a search just begun, we offer 
. . . praise to your name so fair. 

—EDITOR 



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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 



Edward Turner Rogers 

President of TV Guild 





Gloria Ann Hofler 

Student Government 
Association Historian 



John Thomas Dobson 

President of Phi Sigma Pi, 
Honorary Fraternity 




National recognition has been 
afforded thirty-eight seniors who 
were recently selected to appear in 
the 1960-61 edition of "Who's Who 
Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and colleges." This honor 
is achieved through activities in 
colleges, academic achievement 
and personality. 





Alden Glenn Bass 

Co-captain of Varsity Football 
Team 



Sylvia Lois Uzzell 

President of Future Business 
Leaders of America 



Barbara Ann Moser 

President of Math Club 



OLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




Betty Carlene Maynor 

'East Carolinian' Associate Editor 




Charles Brantley Gordon 

Co-captain of Varsity Football 





Edward Earle Lancaster 

Vice President of Phi Sigma Pi 
Honorary Fraternity 




Evelyn Blythe Crutchfield 

Chairman of Woman's Judiciary 



Mary Rebecca Hill 

Secretary of Chi Beta Phi 
Honorary Fraternity 




WHO'S 



Joseph Roy Martin, Jr. 

Editor of 'The Rebel" 




Paul Harvey Gibbs 

Vice Chairman of Men's 
Judiciary 





Ann Grey Darden 

Opera Theater President 



Barney Hugh West 

President of 
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity 



Patty Lee Godsey 

Secretary of Physical Education 
Majors Club 



MHO 






Rose Marie Gornto 

President of 

Delta Phi Delta Honorary 

Fraternity 



Patricia Carole Farmer 

Chairman of Student Government 
Association Points Committee 



Kenneth Karl Kilpatrick 

Editor-in-Chief of 'Buccanner' 





James H. Speight, Jr. 

Student Government 
Association President 



Mike Gillis Riddick 

Industrial Arts 
Departmental Award 

Peggy Frances Wynne 

President of Kappa Delta Phi 






WHO'S 
WHO 



William Thomas Nichols 

Vice President of Student 
Government Association 



Thomas T. Jackson 

'East Carolinian' Editor 






George Rufus Hughes 

Scholarship 



Carolyn Jane Hinton 

Vice President of Sigma 

Alpha Iota Honorary 

Fraternity 



Sue Evelyn Lassiter 

Baptist Student Union 
President 





Frances Loice Baynor 

Home Economics Club 
President 



Glenn Reginald Jernigan 

Vice President of Young 
Democrats Club 




Mary Janice Edwards 

Woman's Recreation 
Association President 



Joseph Arnold Peele 

President of Student 
National Education Association 



Dempsey Hinton Williams 

Senior Class President 




Dorothy Craig Smith 

College Union President 



WHO'S WHO 




Kenneth Elmo Baysinger 

President of Circle "K" Club 





Nancy Virginia Brown 

Vice President of College Union 




Donald Edgar Conley 

President of Inter-fraternity Council 



James Malcolm Ballard 

Treasurer of Phi Sigma Pi 
Honorary Fraternity 



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MARSHALS 




The marshals are elected to their honorary- 
post by popular vote of the student body dur- 
ing fall quarter. Poise, dignity and personal- 
ity, capable of representing the College at 
public functions, are the requirements each 
girl must have to be eligible. The marshals 
must maintain a "C" average. 

Soon after being elected to the post of 
marshal, they must elect from among them- 
selves one to serve as chief. It is desirable that 
the chief marshal has had at least one year 
experience as marshal at East CaroHna Col- 
lege. 

The College Motto, "To Serve", establishes 
the duty of the marshals. They must serve 
at whatever College functions that admini- 
stration requests, and also, they may serve 
at functions promoted on campus of the Col- 
lege by any civic group if they so choose. 



CAMILIA HENDERSON 
Chief 




BETTY ROSE FRAIZER 



BETTY FAYE MOORE 





JAYE FINNEGAN 



BOBBIE JO SUTTON 





COLLEGE 



JAYNE CHANDLER 



BETTY LANE 





JUDY JOLLY 



DELOREES HOLT 




AARSHALS 




RUBY BRADSHAW 



JAYNE CHANDLER 





BONNIE BURCH 



PHYLLIS LANGSTON 






JACKIE HARRIS 



MARKIE SMITH 




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MISS JAYE MOORE SOLES 



MISS JULAINE CANNON 




The annual selection of the BUCCANEER 
QUEEN was highlighted this year with the 
Kingston Trio acting as judges. Pictures of 
the five finalists who were selected from the 
many contestants were submitted to the Trio 
for selection as queen. 

The 1961 BUCCANEER QUEEN was pre- 
sented a handsome trophy at the Spring Ban- 
quet held by the yearbook staff. 



Selecting the finalists are: Sara Smiley, Tom Jack- 
son, Sandra Killian, Buddy Kilpatrick, and Dr. Sam 
Dry. 




KINGSTON TRIO 




1961 

BUCCANEER 

QUEEN 

"Choice of the stars" should veiy well 
describe this year's BUCCANEER 
QUEEN. From an array of portraits sent 
to the Kingston Trio, Miss Julaine Can- 
non was selected as the most lovely of all. 

Julaine is a junior Primary Education 
major from Ayden, North Carolina. She 
is a member of Delta Zeta and has reigned 
as an Air Force ROTC sponsor. 



Sponsored By SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




MISS JULAINE CANNON 




MISS ELEANOR SPECKMAN 



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A host of beauties competed this year 
for the coveted title of Homecoming 
Queen. Miss Eleanor Speckman was 
crowned during the pre-game ceremon- 
ies. The queen is elected by a vote of the 
student body. 

Eleanor is a sophomore Primary Edu- 
cation from Jacksonville, North Caro- 
lina. She is a member of Alpha Xi Delta 
and is an active worker in many campus 
organizations. 



Sponsored By SIGMA PHI EPSILON 





1960 

SUMMER SCHOOL 

QUEEN 

Miss Alice Starr was chosen to reign 
during the past summer school session 
as Summer School Queen. Selected from 
an array of campus queens nominated by 
campus organizations, she was crowned 
at the annual Summer School Ball. 

Alice is a junior business major from 
Creswell, North Carolina. She is a mem- 
ber of Alpha Xi Delta and lists dancing 
and going to the beach as her hobbies. 



Sponsored By SIGMA PHI EPSILON. 




MISS ALICE STARR 




MISS ELIZABETH ROGERS 



1961 

MILITARY 

QUEEN 

Air Force ROTC cadets not only nomi-^ 
nate their queen, but elect her as well. 
This year, Miss Elizabeth Rogers was 
crowned as Military Queen during the 
annual Military Ball. 

Elizabeth is a sophomore Art major 
from Greenville. She is a member of 
Alpha Omicron Pi and is Head Majorette 
for the Marching Band. 



Sponsored By CADET GROUP STAFF 




DORMITORY 

HOMECOMING 

SPONSORS 





GAY BRINKLEY 
Jones 



These lovely girls represented the various dormi- 
tories on campus during the gala homecoming ac- 
tivities. 

The girls were chosen for their charm and per- 
sonality by a majority vote of the residents of each 
dorm. 



KATRINA CRUMPLER 

Wilson 




RUTLEDGE HENDERSON 
Ragsdale 




NANCY LOCKWOOD 
Umstead 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



Cooperation . . . Progress . . . New 
Horizons are the key features of East 
Carolina College's campus organizations. 
Cooperation among the group is evident 
where ever you turn. Progress has been 
the primary goal as each organization 
has grown in depth and scope. New Hori- 
zons are still carrying these groups for- 
ward as they seek bigger and better 
achievements for their good and the 
good of the College. Look ahead and be 
rightfully proud. 




JAMES SPEIGHT 



PRESIDENT 



After a very enthusiastic election, the SGA Admini- 
stration undertook its task to promote a sense of personal 
responsibility to the students of East Carolina College. 

James Speight was elected to lead the SGA committees 
in supporting a well-rounded program, subject to the 
approval of the students of ECC, the faculty, the presi- 
dent of the College, and his advisory board. 

During this administration the college inaugurated its 
sixth President, Leo W. Jenkins. Also under the Speight 
administration the college welcomed such dignitaries 
to the campus as Democratic Presidential Candidate 
John F. Kennedy, Republican spokesman, John Roose- 
velt, and Gubernatorial candidates Robert Gavin and 
Terry Sanford. 

The 1960 Homecoming festivities proved to be the 
most successful in the college history. 

Only by leadership, integrity, and devotion to duty 
can progress in the SGA be accomplished — and each 
committee contributed to the success of the 1960-61 ad- 
ministration. 



STUDENT 



VICE - PRESIDENT 



BILL NICHOLS 




OVERNMENT 



SECRETARY 

BARBARA JONES 






CHARLIE MUNN 



TREASURER 




ASS'T TREASURER 



RAYMOND GILLIKIN 



PARLIAMENTARIAN 




SPECIAL 



PRODUCTIONS 



Bob Kornegay, Jim Speight, Zuill Bailey 



EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 






Seated: Otis Strother, Evelyn Crutchfield, Jim Speight. Standing: Bill Nichol; 
Ward, Charlie Munn 



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BUDGET 




Seated: Jane Chandler, Jayne Chandler, Sara Smiley, Nancy Coggins. Standing: Jim 
Speight, Bob Ward, Bill Nichols, Charlie Munn, Dr. James Tucker. 




ELECTIONS 



E. C. Tapping, Bob McDonald, Annette Burgess, Lynn Burgess 



SPECIAL EVENTS 




Seated: Merle Summers, Nancy Coggins, Jayne Chandler, Ted Rogers. 
Standing: Charlie Munn, Billy Nichols, Lynn Burgess, Mike Keziah, Jim 
Speight. 




DORMITORY 



First row, left to right: Patty Godsey, Cynthia Kennedy, Sandra Yorkes, 
Ada Jane Kivett, Rebecca Singleton. Second row, left to right: Judy Lam- 
bert, Peggy Wynne, Jean Flake, Marjorie Taylor, Jim Bradley, Georgia 
Grey Hooks. 



RING 




Seated: Bill Eyerman, Johnny Respess, Gene Hodges, Dempsy Willi 
Standing: Bill Nichols, Dr. James Tucker. 




I.D. CARDS 



Left to right: Bernice Thomas, Diane Saunders, Bobbie Price, Wayne 
Woolard. 



POINT SYSTEM 




Pat Farmer, Margaret Cude, Selba Morris 




ENTERTAINMENT 



Left to right: Jim Speight, Mrs. Marguerite Perry, Walter Rose, Pat 
Aiken, Elton Roberson. 




MENS JUDICIARY 

The Men's Judiciaiy committee serves as a 
disciplinary committee to promote harmoni- 
ous social standards and to enforce college 
regulations among male students. 



OTIS STROTHER 




Mike Keziah, Tim Bradley, Carlyle Williams, Otis Strother, Paul Gibbs, Mike Wilkinson 



WOMEN'S JUDICIARY 




Seated: Sandra Yorks, Patty Godsey, Gail Walker, Judy 
Jolly, Ruby Bradshaw, Evelyn Crutchfield. Standing: 
Ada Jane Kivett, Peggy Wynne, Jean Flake, Marjorie 



Taylor, Rebecca Singelton, Judy Lambert,. Cynthia Ken- 
nedy, Georgia Hooks. 



The Women's Judiciary serves as an aid in 
promoting fair disciplinary standards, as re- 
quired by college regulations ; to promote 
higher ethics, and to assist the women stu- 
dents in any way for their mutual benefit. 



EVELYN CRUTCHFIELD 





SUMMER 
SCHOOL 
SGA 



Under the leadership of Bob Patterson 
the Summer School SGA initiated the Cha- 
pel Fund drive by making the first contri- 
bution. This group brought summer enter- 
tainment to East Carolina's campus, in- 
cluding Richard Maltby's orchestra, and 
also provided special student interest acti- 
vities such as electing a Summer School 
Queen. 



BOB PATTERSON 




Left to right: Bobbie Jo Sutton, Dr. Tucker, Ray Futrell, Bobby Godwin, Bob Patter- 
son, Pat Biggs, Buddy Kilpatrick, Henry Vansant, and Diane Saunders. 



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The Publications Board is the advisory 
council for the student publications. Com- 
posed of student editors, faculty advisors, 
and S.G.A. representatives, this board ap- 
points the editors, determines the policies, 
and counsels in fiscal matters. 



PUBLICATIONS EDITORS 
Roy Martin, Buddy Kilpatrick, Tom Jackson 




Left to right: Doctor H. D. Rowe, Dr. Clinton Prewitt, 
Dr. Robert Holt, Merle Summers, Roy Martin, Dr. Ovid 
Pierce, Dr. James Tucker, Chairman, President Jenkins, 



Mr. Sam Dry, Bill Willis, Jim Speight, Buddy Kilpatrick, 
Tom Jackson. 



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WILLIAM KING WILLIS 
Business Manager 




WALTER FAULKNER 
Assistant Editor 




BOBBY SASSER 
Sports Editor 




SPORTS STAFF 
Ralph Earnhardt, John Garris, Phil Nance, Dick Reynolds. 



ADMINISTRATION STAFF 




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EDNA DICKINS 
Editor 




1st Row: Rachel Spivey, Edna Dickins, Cherry Futreal. 2nd Row: Betty 
Derrick, Kay Hood, Tweetie Land, Van Banks. 3rd Row: Ralph Earnhardt, 
John Garriss, Shirley Brown, Sylvia Dawkins, Phil Nance, Jimmy Chesnutt. 



1st Row: Shirley Brown, Madaline Nerlinger. 2nd Row: Betsy Martin, Sylvia Dawkins, 
Sandra Price, Monty Mills. 3rd Row: Sandra Killian, Loffie Nesbit, Joyce Hester, 
Judy Holloway, Kay Priest. 


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STUDENT LIFE STAFF 



SARA SMILEY 
Editor 




CLASSES STAFF 





RACHEL SPIVEY 
Editor 



Row 1 : Ann Middleton, Roberta Harrison, Barbara Ann Ellis, Ann 
Butler. Row 2: Elizabeth Taylor, Mary Ann Pennington, Janice Keen, 
Jo Nell Kerley, Gail Elkins, Vickie Lee, Joan Wetherington. Row 3: 
Sandra Gurley, Linda Mewborn, Beth Harris, Sue Sparkman, Sarah 
Elkins, Lee Ann Newby, Paulette Ward, Merle Summers. 



Row 1 : Betty Derrick, Donna Langley, Judy Overman, Judy Godwin, 
Nancy Ridenhour, Brenda Reges, Carol Aldridge. Row 2: Marcelle 
Vogei, George Griffen. Nat Wells, Carolyn Smith, Terry Desmond, 
Marilyn Long, Carolyn Gates, Nova Henderson, Pauline Leary, 
Row 3: Sandra Cobb, Ada Rouse Hall, Martha Odom, Cindy Stur- 
^!vant, Linda Gaskill, Joyce Williams, Linda Mann, Ellie Speckman. 




BETTY DERRICK 
Editor 



ORGANIZATIONS STAFF 




SOCIAL FRAT STAFF 

Bill Hamilton, Jimmy Chestnut, Sherrill Norman, Jay 
Arledge. 





SORORITY STAFF 



Mary Helen Coffey, Betty Faye Moore, 
Ellen Wilson, Margaret Cude, Linda Mann. 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Bill Willis, Jo Ellen Cox, Bill Grubbs, Gale ^ 

Koonce. 




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EAST CAROLINIAN 



Published weekly by the students, the East Carolinian is 
dedicated to good standards of journalism and accurate pres- 
entation of the news. The purpose of the newspaper as a 
communicative organ is to inform, to educate, to stimulate, 
and to make men think. 



THOMAS JACKSON 
Editor 



JOANNE PARKS ^V 

Business Manager 





PAT HARVEY 
Managing Editor 




LEONARD LAO 
Sports Editor 




BETTY MAYNOR 
Associate Editor 




'ATSY ELLIOT & MARCELLE VOGEL 
News Editor and Feature Editor 



GROVER SMITHWIKE & JIM 
KIRKLAND 
Photographers 




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NEWS STAFF 

Front row: Jim Kirkland, Jane Ipock, Marcell 
Vogel, Mollie Lewis. Back row: Merle Summers, 
Richard Boyd, Jim Stingley, Jane Kivette. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 
Left to right: Roy Martin, Lewis Lat- 
ham, Pat Farmer, Patsy Elliot, Jay 
Arledge. Not shown: Jack Mathers, Kay 
McLawhorn. 





CIRCULATION STAFF 

Freddie Skinner, Melba Rhue, Selba Morris, 
Carlyle Humphrey. 




Left to right: George Hathaway, Merle Summers, Jim Stingley, Denise Chalk, Audrey 
Porter, Montie Mills, Mary Alyce Sellars, Gwen Johnson (Proofreading Editor) Jane 
Ipock, Marcelle Vogel. 





DR. H. D. ROWE 
Advisor 



Selba Morris & Melba Rhue 




ROY MARTIN 
Editor 



THE REBEL 



The Rebel staff strives to present the students with 
the most valuable and representative creative vi^riting 
on campus. Their ultimate success depends on the 
campus critic, the students. 




JESSIE MOORE 
Managing Editor 




DAVID SMITH & CAROLISTA 

FLETCHER 

Business Mgr. and Exchange Editor 



TOLSTON WILLIS 
Advertising Mgr. 





NELSON DUDLEY 
Art Editor 



PAT FARMER 
Book Review Editor 




SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER & DENYSE 
DRAPER 

Assistants to Editors 



DR. OVID PIERCE 
Advisor 




THE KEY 



This handbook is assembled to assist in the orienta- 
tion of new students and to provide answers to many 
questions common to all students. There is always a 
need for acquaiting students with the ideals, facilities, 
services, activities, and campus organizations that are 
a part of student life. 




MARY JOHN BEST 
Editor 




Standing: Jim Kirkland, Sue Sparkman, Patsy Elliott, Betty Lane. Sitting: Mary 
John Best, Rachel Spivey. 



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Stated, left to right: James Ballard, Charles Byre, Bill Morris, and Phillip Price. 
Standing: Larry Blizard, Carrol Roberson and Jesse Powell. 



YM C A 



Seeking to lead the young men of East Carolina to a better 
understanding of the Christian faith, the YMCA plans programs 
of a spiritual, intellectual, and recreational nature. All men on 
the campus, faculty as well as students, are invited to join in the 
activities. 




President 
WALTER JOHNSON 



President 
DIXIE WILSON 




Striving to meet the needs of the students, the YWCA pro\ades 
programs that will enrich persons spiritually, mentally, and so- 
cially. Special services and socials are held periodically during 
the year. 



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CANTERBURY 




Sponsored by the Episcopal Church, the Canterbury of- 
fers spiritual guidance and Christian fellowship through a Sun- 
day night supper, Wednesday evening social, and a mid-week 
communion. 



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Providing a program of Christian fellowship and inspiration, the Free Will Baptist 
students meet weekly for a supper hour served by ladies from the local and surround- 
ing churches. 



FREE WILL BAPTIST 



President Carolyn Pate 

Vice-President Alton Cowan 

Secretary Betty Lou Spriull 

Treasure Barbara Boyd 



CAROLYN PATE 
President 





KING YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 



REBECCA RUSSEL 
President 



As an organization of Full Gospel students, the King- Youth 
Fellowship strives to meet the spiritual needs of its members 
through weekly worship and fellowship programs. 





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Vice Moderators Judy Pleasant 

Norma Lee Johnson 

Secretary Sarah Cotton 

Treasurer Bebe Barrett 



GEORGE WILSON 
President 




Spiritual and intellectual growth, fellowship, and opportunity 
for leadership are the objectives of the Westminster Fellowship. 
It is a student-led, church-related organization for Presbyterian 
students. 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



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Seated, left to right: Anne Campbell, Jane Cutrell, Joyce 
Scott, Claire Pippin, Florence Norman. Standing: Walter 



Johnson, Sue Evans, James Ballard, Mamiej Chandler, 
Charles R. King, and James A. Lanier. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 




JAMES A. LANIER 
President 



Having as its purpose to deepen, enrich, 
and mature the Christian faith of college men 
and women, the Wesley Foundation recog- 
nizes the disciplines of study, thinking, pray- 
er, and serving as requirements in the voca- 
tion of being a Christian student. 




Seated, left to right: Dottie Flynn, Margaret Pitt, Mary Grady. Standing: Goldis Starling, Randall Peacock, 

Lu Nicholson, Pat Fitzgerald, Ann Wright, and Jackie C^arolyn Davies, and Amos Johnson 



BAPTIST STUDENT COUNCIL 



SUE LASSITER 
President 



The purpose of the Baptist Student Union 
is to call all students to an intellectual and 
emotional commitment to Christ. To supple- 
ment the ministry of the local churches, the 
BSU's weekday program includes Monday 
night supper forums, worship, and Bible dis- 
cussing groups. 




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The Mutual Improvement Association consists of 
East Carolina students adhereing to the Mormon 
faith. 

The group was organized for the improvement 
spiritually and socially in every way through study 
of the spiritual and social aspects of life. 

Meetings are held once a week in the YMCA hut 
and the group is advised by Dr. N. M. Jorgensen, 



YXX JORGENSEN 
President 




NELLY RUTH GWALTNEY 
President 



The Christian Youth Fellowship is a new reli- 
gious organization on campus. The group was or- 
ganized during Fall Quarter and consists of mem- 
bers from the Church of Christ and independent 
Christians. 

Fellowship and goodwill are enjoyed in the par- 
ticipation of religious activities by these interested 
students. 



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Seated: Marie Moore, President; Theresa McDaniel, Treas 
Bradner, Secretary. Standing: Mr. ,L.M. Stocl<s, Advisor; 
President. 



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MARIE MOORE 
President 



DISCIPLES 

STUDENT 

FELLOWSHIP 



Disciples Student Fellowship is composed of East 
Carolina students who strive to gain spiritual 
strength through the campus organization. 

In their mediation and worship, the students of 
the Christian Church benefit from their closeness 
to God, even while engaging in their college activ- 
ities. 



The Newman Club is a nationally federated club 
for Catholic students in American colleges and uni- 
versities. 

The club strives to enrich the religious, intel- 
lectual, and social life of its members through me- 
diation, worship, and various social activities. 





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HEBREW YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 



STEVE GALLUP 
President 




The Hebrew Youth Fellowship started it's first full 
year of operations at the beginning of the Fall Quarter 
1960. The purpose of organizing this fellowship was to 
further the relationship between the Jewish students 
and the other students on campus. This year the group 
has expanded greatly. These students have taken an 
active part in furthering religious activities on campus. 



LUTHERAN 
STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 



The Lutheran Student Association, organ- 
ized in 1955, served as the forerunner in the 
establishment of the Lutheran Church of 
Greenville in April of 1960. Their activities 
are directed to foster closer affiliation be- 
tween the Lutheran students and the Luthe- 
ran Church. 




CAROLYN MILLER 
President 





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Seated: Anne Campbel 
Edith Baker. 



Sue Lassiter, Carolyn Pate. Standing: Neil Seid, 



The Religious Advisory Council works closely with the Inter- 
Religious Council concerning religious activities on campus. Both 
groups are composed of representatives from various religious 
clubs and churches on the campus and in the city. 

The main purpose of the two groups is to plan and co-ordinate 
religious activities throughout the school year. One project is 
Religious Emphasis Week, and other activities include lectures, 
forums, and programs in connection with the Music Department. 



Seated: Mamie J. Chandler, Brandon McDaniel. Standing: Dwight Fickling, 
Dick Ottoway, Dawyer Gross. 




RELIGIOUS 
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East Carolina's College Union is an or- 
ganization and a planned program for the 
entertainment of students, administration 
and guests. The Union in Action offers 
activities such as: dances, games, and tele- 
vision. The most popular gathering place, 
the lounge, is one of the many facilities of- 
fered by the College Union. 



OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS 
Bob Christensen, Jimmy Taylor, Dot Smith, Ann Rankin, Nancy V. Brown, 
SJell Marcom, Ellie Speckman, Elaine Gitelson. 




MISS CYNTHIA MENDENHALL 
Director of College Union 





DOT SMITH 
President 



YVONNE SMITH 
Ass't. to Director of College Union 




SPECIAL PROJECTS 
COMMITTEE 



Row 1: Glenn Boyd, Elizabeth Taylor, Ann Rankin-Chair- 
man; Rachell Spivey. Row 2: Frances Smith, Jimmy Taylor, 
Nancy Brown. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



Row 1: Mary Ann Condrey, Elaine Gittelson, Chairman; 
Julaine Cannon. Row 2: George Ray, Ellie Speckman, Joyce 
Currin, Ross Thomas. 



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RECORD AND DANCE 
COMMITTEE 



Left to Right : Jimmy Cannon, Nell Marcom, 
Bob Christesen, Chairman; Libby Cooke. 




PUBLICITY 

COMMITTEE 



Row 1: Annette Edwards, Anita Facenda, Mary Ann Condrey; Katherine 
Hollingsworth. Row 2: Carolyn Shearin, Mickey Gerlinger, J.W. Gaddy; 
Ellie Speckman-Chairman. 



GAMES 
COMMITTEE 




W. Nelson Tugwell, Roddy Knowles, Bowie Martin; Dennis Creech. 



Chef, Bob Christensen checks with waitress Ann 
Rankin to determine who's next for serving at the 
College Union's Pizza Party. 




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity which aids 
in the develoiJment of friendship and is the promotion of service 
to humanity. Qualifications for membership are based on records 
of former activities in Scouting and interest in serving schools, 
scouting, humanity, and fellow brothers through brotherhood 
and service. Alpha Phi Omega sponsors the largest dance of the 
winter quarter, known as "The White Ball." 



BOBBY B. SASSER 
President 



Baines, George B. 
1st. v. Pres. 



Bayley, Harry 



Beach, John 

2nd Vice President 



Bradley, Bobby 
Grumpier, Edward M. 



Cuinmings, Jerry A. 
Davis, Walter S. 
Edwards, Lendy C. 
Eley, Billy W., Secretary 
Farrell, Edward 



Fields, James H. 
Hart, Earl 
Holliday, Charles L. 
Knight, Leland Q. 
Mason, Jimmie E. 



Overton, Phillip E. 
Parker, William T. 
Penuel, Ray E. 
Renegar, Richard 
Seagroves, Ed. 0. 



Smith, David, Treasurer 
Smith, Hal 
Stancil, Russel 
Taylor, Jimmy A. 
Taylor, Seymore 



Tyndall, David 
Watson, Ray 
Watson, Sammy 
Willis, Tolson 
Winberry, Jerry, Chaplair 




PHI SIGMA PI 

Phi Sigma Pi is an honorary professional fraternity made up of 
men who display outstanding qualities, scholarship, leadership, 
and fellowship. Men who have anacademic average of "B" on all 
their college work are eligible to become members after one year 
of residence at East Carolina College. The purpose of the fra- 
ternity is to provide a distinction to those men who meet the fra- 
ternity qualifications and to comprise a body of individuals with 
similar professional interest. 



Allen, Walker, Secretary 

Ballance, Jim 

Ballard, Jim, Treasurer 

Barbato, Joe 

Blizard, Larry 



Butler, Bob 

Cooper, Bruce 

Cowan, Alton 

Dixon, Dirk 

Dobson, John, President 



Fountain, Ted 
Gore, Bill 
Herring, Travis 
Jones, Ray 
Knarr, John 



Lancaster, Ed 
Vice President 

Lynch, Royal 

Orr, Frank 

Roberson, Carrol 

Rogers, E. T. 



Roper, Jim 
Vahey, Mike 
West, Barney 




PHI 
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ALPHA 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional music 
fraternity. Zeta Psi chapter was chartered at this 
college in 1955. Its purposes are to advance the cause 
of music in America, to foster mutual welfare and 
common brotherhood of students of music, to de- 
velop the truest fraternal spirit, and to encourage 
loyalty to the Alma Mater. 




Steve Clements 
Leon Cole 
Terry Coley 
Frank Dew 
Ted Fountain 



Willie Gillon 
Kenneth Ginn 
Jesse Holton 
Larry Huffstetler 
Johnny Johnson 



Frankie Keaton 

Jerry Liles 

Ralph Morris 

Stuart Patten, President 

Reginald Robinson 



Hubert Shearon 
Danny Smith 
Thomas Spry, Warden 



Jerry Van Dyke, 
Vice President 



Julian Wagemaker 



SIGMA PI ALPHA 

Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorary 
fraternity in the field of foreign languages, is now in its twenty- 
second year at East Carolina College. Members of Sigma Pi Alpha 
are interested in learning more about other countries. They be- 
lieve that greater knowledge of other civilizations contributes 
to the development of better understanding among the Peoples 
of the World. 



Jacqueline Asbell 
Alice Coriolano 
Lucille Coulbourn 
Janet Cratch 



Pati-icia Elliot 
Peggy Elliot 
Virginia Evans 
Tommy Heath 




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Billie Lamm 

Linda Mann 

Nell Marcom, 
Vice President 

Evelyn Mauney 



Cynthia Parker, President 
Ann Peaden 

Claire Pippin, Secretary 
Judy Powell 



Patricia Reel 
Martha Sherrill 
Ann Suggs 
Michael Wilkinson 




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DELTA PHI DELTA 



Alvin Smith Dunkle 




Delta Phi Delta is a National Honorary 
Art Fraternity whose objectives are to 
promote the advancement of art in the 
college and community, and to foster 
scholarship funds for students in the De- 
partment of Art. Membership in the fra- 
ternity is based on scholastic excellence, 
and service to the Department of Art. 



Rose Marie Gornto 
Nancy Lee Graves 



Joanne Hurt Lackey 
Edward Earle Lancaster 



Margaret Ann Rankin 
James B. Roper 



Alice Frose Smith 
Cheryl Gay Stowe 



Rose Marie Gornto President 

Alvin Smith Dunkle Vice President 

Cheryl Gay Stowe Recording Secretary 

Nancy Lee Graves Treasurer 

Dr. Wellington B. Gray Advisor 



ALPHA DELTA TAU 

Alpha Delta Tau is an honorary fraternity based on scholastic 
achievement in industrial arts and related fields. Its purpose 
is to recognize accomplishments, promote scholastic proficiency, 
foster professional advancement, and uphold personal and pro- 
fessional Tionor. The precepts on which the fraternity was 
founded are leadership, service, and honor. 



Morris V. Butler 
Ronald E. Capps 
Roger M. Daughtry 



Manly W. Dunlow 
Ben G. Irons 



James L. Keeter 



Albert F. Pinkhai 
Bobby R. Pope 
Mike G. Reddick 




Bobby R. Pope Pi-esident 

Jerry M. Black Vice President 

Albert F. Pinkham Secretary-Treasurer 



TAU SIGMA 



Tau Sigma is an honorary education fra- 
ternity. The Alpha ChaiDter was founded on 
this campus in the spring of 1955. To be a 
member of this organization, a person must 
have an overall average of 2,5. 

The purposes of Tau Sigma are to ex- 



plore education, to supplement classroom 
work with actual experience, to give the 
member an opportunity to meet first hand 
problems and situations that will be met in 
the field, and to provide the opportunity to 
work and learn practical ways to be of 
service. 




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Joan Elliot 

Jean Flake 

Ann Foster, President 

Sylvia Freeman 

Carolyn Griffin 

Janice Harris 





Jane Massey 
Patsy Maynard 
Carolyn Miller, 

Corresponding Secretary 
Barbara Miskelly, 

Vice President 
Joyce Overman 
Hilda Owens 



Carolyn Pate 

Joe Peele 

Judith Pleasant, Treasurer 

Penny Porter 

Bobbie Jean Price 

Diane Saunders 



Rebecca Singleton 
Markie Smith 
Bobbie Jo Sutton 
Jo Ann Tew 
Betty Thomas 
Barbara Wilson 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

Sigma Alpha Iota is an international incorporated professional 
music fraternity for women in the field of music. The Beta Psi 
Chapter was established at East Carolina on May 1, 1955. 

The purposes of Sigma Alpha Iota include: to form chapters 
of music students and musicians, to raise the standards of col- 
leges, conservatories, and universities, and to further the de- 
velopment of music in America, and to promote a stronger bond 
of musical interest and understanding between foreign countries 
and America. 

Membership is based upon scholarship, Musicianship, person- 
ality, and character. Membership is open to college music stu- 
dents of undergraduates and graduate level in schools where the 
fraternity has chapters, and to music faculty members. 



Rebekah Crouch, 

Second Vice President 



Becky Forbes, 

Recording Secretary 

Sue Gallagher, 

Corresponding Secretary 



Carolyn Hinton, Chaplain 

Rose Linsey, President 

Dianne McCulley 

Barbara Murray, 
First Vice President 



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Betsy Orr 
Carolyn Petty 
Patsy Roberts 
Sandi Smith 




Marie Sutton, Treasurer 
Ann Vickery 
Shirley Williams 
Jan Wurst 



Mary Elizabeth Massad President 

Kay Overton Vice President 

Sylvia Uzzell Secretary 

Jerry Harris Treasurer 



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Alva Chauncey 
Doris Davenport 
Peggy Dixon 
Jean Flake 
Jerry Harris 



Mary E. Massad 
Rachel McLeod 
Lil Midgette 
Frances Newby 
Kay Overton 



Diana Pridgen 
Melbourne Pridgen 
Sylvia Sampedro 
Linda Thompson 
Sylvia Uzzell 



Pi Omega Pi is a national honorary fra- 
ternity in the field of business education. 
It's purposes are to promote scholarship in 
business education, to aid civic betterment. 



and to encourage high ethical standards in 
business. Beta Kappa Chapter has been 
honored as the most outstanding chapter in 
the country in the past. 



PHI 
OMICRON 



Jean Joyner President 

Jerry Jones Vice President 

Bernice Baker Secretary 

Sylvia Lamm Reporter 





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Phi Omicron is an honorary fraternity in the field of Home 
Economics. Phi Omicron's purposes are to encourage interest and 
scholarship in home economics, to aid in civic betterment at East 
Carolina College, to encourage and foster high ethical standards 
in business and professional life, and to teach the ideal of service 
as the basis of all worthy enterprises through the development 
of personality, leadership, initiative, and poise in such a way as 
to lend distinction to the profession of home economics. 



Dirk Dixon Pi-esident 

Barbara Moser Vice President 

Rebecca Hill Secretary 

Roy Flanagan Treasurer 




CHI 

BETA 

PHI 

Chi Beta Phi is an honorary fraternity in 
the fields of science and mathematics. The 
purpose of this fraternity are to promote un- 
derstanding of the scientific method, the 
physical and natural processes, and to pro- 
vide an opportunity for sincerely interested 
members of these fields to exchange ideas 
gained through personal endeavor. 



Ruby Bradshaw 
Miner Brotherton 
Peggy Culverhouse 
Dirk S. Dixon 



Phyllis Dudley 
Rebecca Hill 
Jim Horton 
Pat Inman 



Fred L. Johns 
Betty H. Lane 
Barbara Manning 
James W. Massey 



Barbara Moser 
Bobbie Jean Price 
Martha Quinn 
M. Latrelle Rackley 



Agnes Rhue 
Carol S. Roberson 
Sue S. Smith 
Dennis E. Williams 



KAPPA 

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Peggy Frances Wynne President 

George Hughes Vice-President 

Daisy Rogers Secretary 

Elizabeth Johnson Treasurer 



Kappa Delta Pi is an honor society in Education. The purpose 
of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards, and to recognize outstanding contribu- 
tions to education. They endeavor to maintain a high degree 
of professional fellowship among their members and to quicken 
professional growth by honorary achievement in educational 
work. The chapter wishes to promote better attitudes toward 
higher scholastic standards at East Carolina College. 



Elizabeth Ann Johnson 
Betty Lane 



Joyce Overman 
Peggy Frances Wynne 




GAMMA THETA UPSILON 

Gamma Theta Upsilon Fraternity was organized in Illinois 
on May 15, 1928 and incorporated as a professional fraternity in 
March, 1936. The purpose of organization is to afford a common 
organization for those interested in the field of geography. There 
are seventy-two chapters in the United States and Canada and 
membership totals over ten thousand. 

The local chapter, Beta Iota, is now in its sixth year of organi- 
zation. It was organized and received its charter in March, 1955. 
During this period of time it has had one hundred and thirty- 
four members. The fraternity meets twice monthly with two 
dinner meetings each quarter. 



Michael Jones President 

Charles Jones Vice President 

Mearl Mukins Secretary & Treasurer 




Mack Churchill 



Gary Dowdy 



Michael Jones 



Dennis Lynch 



William Rogers 




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LT. COL. GEORGE T. IPOCK 
Group Commander 



GROUP STAFF 




Lt. Col. G. T. Ipock, Capt. E. T. Farrell, Maj 
M/Sgt. J. Temme, Capt. R. S. Roberts, Capt. 



H. P. Bayley, Maj. W. T. Worthington; 
R. C. Bro%vn; Capt. Worrell. 



61ST SQUADRON STAFF 
Capt. M. E. Hodges, 1st Lt. L. C. Edwards, 1st Lt. H. C. 
Sumrell, M/Sgt. M. E. Edwards. 





62ND SQUADRON STAFF 
Capt. S. W. Grady, 1st. Lt. D. B. Bateman, 1st. Lt. J. Z. 
Bailey/M/Sgt. D. R. O'Brian. 



Opportunities leading to personal development as individual 
cadets into capable leaders are offered to the United States Air 
Force ROTC at East Carolina College. These cadets are con- 
tinually challenging new air and space age frontiers where even 
the realms of sound and time are left in the rear. 

Sponsors for this year's units were: Lib Rogers, Group Staff; 
Judy Bledsoe, 61st Squadron; Nancy Baker, 62nd Squadron; 
Lana Bonner, Drill Team ; Joan Phelps, Angel Flight. 



FLIGHT A 





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ALEXANDER 

Commander 



1ST LT. WILLIAM T. 
COLLINS 
Commander 





FLIGHT B 








FLIGHT C 



1ST LT. ROBERT C. (;ILDEX 
Commander 





1ST LT. JAMES T. FERRELL 
Commander 




FLIGHT D 




FLIGHT E 



lyl LT. ERHARD WEIS 
Commander 





1ST LT. HARRY THOMPSON 
Commander 



FLIGHT F 




FLIGHT G 





1ST LT. HARRY E. SMITH 
Commander 



1ST LT. ROLAND W. EDWARDS 
Commander 





FLIGHT H 




ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 



MAJ. HARRY P. BAYLEY 
Commander 




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ELIZABETH SMITH 
President 



EAST CAROLINA PLAY HOUSE 

OFFICERS 

President Elizabeth Smith 

Vice President William Bowen 

Recording Secretary Gerald Harrell 

Treasurer Karen Best 



The East Carolina Playhouse has been an active organiza- 
tion on Campus and is presently in its twenty-second year. 
The Playhouse begins its activities in the fall with the fresh- 
man play. From that time on, the members are always busy 
in preparation of another production. 

The Playhouse serves as an effective training ground for 
beginning actors and technicians. At least four major pro- 
ductions are given each year in which students and faculty 
take part. The members prove quite versatile — learning the 
script as sets are being made go hand-in-hand. 




Row 1: Pat Harvey, Gerald Harrell, Karen Best, Tommy Hull, Alice Coriolano, 
Doming Jenkins, Doug Mitchell. Row 2: Betty Milton, Elizabeth Smith, Mary Jane 
McElrath, Jay Robbins, Suzi Truesdale, Judy Wilson. 



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The Cast of "The Lady's Not For Burning" 

Programs 

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY by Phillip Barry 

Featuring Alice Cariolano as Tracy Lloyd and Ben Avery 

as Dexter Hoven 

THE LADY IS NOT FOR BURNING by Christopher Fry 

Featuring Priscilla Kilgore as Jennet Jourdemayne and Peter 

Johl as Thomas Mendip 

NIGHT MUST FALL by Emlyn Williams 

Featuring Doug Mitchell as Dan and Doming Jenkins as 

Mrs. Bramson 





Peter Johl, John Peale, "Perky" Kilgore and Doug Mitchel 



DR. ROBERT RICKERT 
Director 



OPERA WORKSHOP 




Alison Moss, Peter Johl and Mrs. Martha Bradner 



Betsy Hancock, Jessamine Haitt and Patsy Roberts. 



The Opera Theatre began its cultural contributions fall quar- 
ter with two productions of Puccini's "Sister Angelica", a one-act 
opera. Mrs. Alison H. Moss appeared in the title role in the opera, 
a tragic story of a nun. 

"The Old Maid and the Thief" by Gian Carlo Menatti was pro- 
duced by two independent cast alternating performances. Jessa- 
mine Hiatt, Peter Johl and Mrs. Martha Bradner appeared in 
the pictured cast. The Opera Workshop is directed by Mr. Paul 
Hickfang of the Music Department, 




SISTER ANGELICA 




Annie reads news to Bill and Chief 
Sitting Bull. 




ANNIE GET YOUR GUN 

Annie Get Your Gun, a Cole Porter musical, was 
presented spring quarter on the campus of East 
Carolina College. The Spring Musical is sponsored 
annually by the Student Government Association. 
Miss Jane Murray starred in the leading role with 
Miss Judy Hearin as her understudy. Mr. Donald 
Hayes of the music department directed the musical 
score with Mr. Paul Hickfang serving as choral 
director. 



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CAST 

JANE MURRAY as ANNIE 

RONNIE KNOUSE as FRANK BUTLER 

KENNETH GINN as BILL CODY 

BOB KORNEGAY as ... . CHIEF SITTING BULL 

LELAND KNIGHT as TOMMY 

LEIGH DOBSON as DOLLY 



Annie demonstrates sighting tech- 
niques to the Chief. 




The East Carolina College Concert Band appear in Win- 
ter and Spring Concerts, a Commencement Concert, the an- 
nual tour, two lawn concerts, and played at the Southern 
Convention of the Music Educator's National Conference in 
Asheville, North Carolina on April 20th, 1961. Clifton Wil- 
liams, well-known composer, was named guest conductor at 
the annual Spring Concert, May 11. Herbert L. Carter is the 
conductor. 



MR. HERBERT CARTER 
Conductor 



CONCERT BAND 




Winter Quarter Concert 




MEN'S 

GLEE 

CLUB 



MR. CHARLES E. STEVENS 
Director 



The Men's Glee Club is the newest musical 
organization on the East Carolina Campus. It's 
organizational meeting was held at the begin- 
ning of the Fall Quarter with around twenty 
men present. The Glee Club has grown to a 
membership of over fifty, and several success- 
ful appearances have been made. One of the 
principal purposes of a Men's Glee Club on our 
campus is to provide musical experience for the 
interested male student. 

President Preston Whitf ord 

Vice President Danny Smith 

Secretary Mike Kilpatrick 

Librarian Bennett Toliver 




MEN'S CHORUS 



COLLEGE CHOIR 



The East Carolina College Choir is com- 
posed of approximately sixty members 
selected by audition. One hour credit is 
given to those members who so desire. 




OFFICERS 

President James Zuill Bailey 

Vice President Mike Kilpatrick 

Secretary Nancy Marie Dennis 



GORDON A. JOHNSON 
Director 




THE CHAPEL CHOIR 



The Chapel Choir, under the direction 
of Dr. Carl Hjortsvang, performs at the 
weekly chapel programs and presents 
an annual Christmas and Easter Pro- 
gram. Members of the Chapel Choir 
are chosen from students who enjoy 
singing and wish to perform in the 
chapel programs. 




THE CHAPEL CHOIR 



DR. CARL HJORTSVANG 
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Directed by Miss Beatrice Chauncy 



Directed by Miss Ruth Graber 



THE WOMENS CHORUS 



The Women's Chorus is divided into two separate 
groups this year. These groups, comprised of women 
students from all of the various departments, per- 
form at special campus functions. 




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The East Carolina College Orchestra is 
composed of faculty members, students, and 
a few citizens of nearby communities. The 
purpose of this organization is to provide 
an entertaining survey of orchestral music 
on the campus of East Carolina College. 



MR. DONALD HAYES 
Director 



EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 




THE 1961 EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 




THE COLLEGE SINGERS 



The College Singers, directed by Mr. Dan Vorn- 
holt, is one of the oldest singing groups on campus. 
Members of the College Singers are mainly made 
up of music majors. The "Singers" present an an- 
nual Winter Program and sing for other college 
events. 



MR. DAN VORNHOLT 
Director 



THE COLLEGE SINGERS 




1: Carolyn Vivins, Fonda Smithwick, Elizabeth Ad- 
Marie Sutton, Betty Lane Evans, and Patsy Rob- 



erts. Row 2: Edward Carraway, Jerry H. Prescott, Olive 
G. Harring, Robert C. Tilley and Robert B. Hardison. 



The Varsity Band is composed of sixty 
musicians from all departments of the col- 
lege. It meets twice weekly during the win- 
ter and spring quarters and presents a win- 
ter and a lawn concert. The Varsity Band 
was organized in 1958 by its present direc- 
tor, Mr. Thomas W. Miller, to provide a 
vocational opportunity for students who 
wish to continue instrumental music par- 
ticipation in college. It, along with the 
marching and concert bands, provides a 
well rounded band program designed to fit 
the needs and interest of all the students. 
The band has grown steadily in quality and 
size since its inception. 




MR. THOMAS W. MILLER 
Director 



VARSITY BAND 




The Varsity Band 




EAST 
MARCHING 



Whether it is "Dixie" or the "East Carolina 
Victory March" they are playing the March- 
ing Pirates complete the atmosphere at all 
home football games. Under the direction of 
Mr. Herbert Carter they perform at half 
time, play for pep rallies, and participate in 
parades. The band is recognized statewide for 
its excellence. 



MR. HERBERT CARTER 
Director 




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JIMMY "SCOOBY" BURNS 
Drum Major 



LIB ROGERS 
State Strutting Champion 




Front Row: LaVerne Blackley, Lib Rogers, Head Majorette. Second Row: Judy Bledsoe, 
Jolinda Brewer, Gail Walser; Barbara Pleasants. 



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Row 1: Charles Bert, Frank Wilson, Charles Hulcher, Johnny Johnson, Jesse Holton, 
J.C. Sykes. Row 2: Andy Preston, James Myrick, Jerry Liles, Lee Reynolds. Row 3: 
Jay Collins, Dale Blackwell, Jimmy Burns, Tommy Spry. 



THE COLLEGIANS 



FRANK WILSON— Director 
JERRY LILES— Business Manager 




BETTY LANE EVANS 
Vocalist 




In the past fourteen years, the "Collegians" have 
growni from a local college group to become a well- 
known dance band. Engagements have taken the "Col- 
legians" to various points in Florida, South Carolina, 
Virginia and all over North Carolina. 

The 1961 "Collegians" feature big band sounds. For 
the past two years Miss Betty Lane Evans, formerly 
Miss North Carolina, has been the featured vocalist. 



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The Maria D. Graham Mathematics Club, named 
for its founder, a charter member of the faculty, 
is an organization for mathematics students and 
faculty. The purpose of the Math Club is to provide 
for professional and social growth among students 
in the field of mathematics. Among its activities, the 
club has visiting lecturers and community lecturers 
who are engaged in some phase of mathematics as a 
vocation. The Math Club serves as a sponsor for a 
family at Christmas, providing them with a party. 
Trips of professional interest are made by the club, 
such as the trip to Chapel Hill, N. C. to the Compu- 
tation Center at the University of North Carolina 
on December 10, 1960. 




BARBARA MOSER 



President Barbara Moser 

1st Vice Pi-esident Ann Sanders 

2nd Vice President Sylvia Wallace 

Secretary and Treasurer Agnes Rhue 

Advisors Mrs. Mildred H. Derrick & John Davis 



MATHEMATICS CLUB 




The English Club is entering its thirty-sixth 
year as an active organization at East Caro- 
lina College. Mutual interest of English ma- 
jors and minors are furthered by visiting 
literary lecturers and group discussions. The 
purpose of the English Club is "to promote 
the cause of good English on the campus, and 
to further interest in good literature." 



JAMES B. BALLANCE 
President 



ENGLISH CLUB 



THE ENGLISH CLUB 




WWWS CAMPUS RADIO 

Station Manager Jerry Winberry 

Assistant Manager James Shuman 

Business Manager Bobby Lovic 

Program Director Chuck Lancaster 



The Campus Radio Station WWWS FM-AM is located 
in the library on campus. The station serves as a train- 
ing ground for many of the future personnel for the 
years to come. Any student who desires to work may 
contact the station manager. It is considered an extra- 
curricular activity as well as an excellent training op- 
portunity. 




JERRY WINBERRY 




EDWARD TURNER ROGERS 
President 



TELEVISION 
GUILD 

The Television Guild is now in its third year on 
the Campus of East Carolina College. Studios are 
located in the Joyner Library. Through the facilities 
of closed circuit television, educational courses in- 
cluding health, history, business, music and others 
are televised daily. A campus new^s program began 
this year and may be seen in the College Union T.V. 
lounge. 



OFFICERS 

E.T. Rogers President 

Rudd Jenson Vice President 

Alice Coriolano Secretary 

Bobby Lovic Treasurer 





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Seated: Amy Sue Gwaltney, Alice CariolanOj Suzi Truesdale. Standing: James Shuman, 
Jim Stone, Bobby Lovic, Ben Avery, Harry Bailey, Chuck Lancaster, Jerry Winberry. 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS' CLUB 



President . . . . 
Vice President 
Secretary . . . . 
Treasurer . . . . 



. . Bill Hamilton 
.Glenn Jernigan 
.... Bob Raines 
, . . Jim Kirkland 



The Young Democrats' Club has had an 
especially exciting year. Beginning with 
preliminary plans for the promotion of the 
Democratic Party, they advanced to helping 
with the thrilling visit of presidential nomi- 
nee, John Kennedy. Prior to and during the 
election, the club remained very active in 
political discussions. 

BILL HAMILTON 




The purpose of the club is to stimulate in 
the students an interest in better govern- 
ment and to encourge more active partici- 
pation in politics. The club does not endorse 
any particular candidate for nomination in 
the Democratic primaries, but its support 
does go to the Democratic nominee in the 
fall elections and to the party as a whole at 
all times. 



JOHN F. KENNEDY 
President-elect 





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Ann Gates, Arlene Rhodes, Sandy Snyder, Ann Green, Ellen Minnon, Carol Savage, 
Ann Peaden, and Jessie Dvinoff. 



AQUANYMPHS 




The Aquanymphs consists of girls interested in 
swimming, who practice water ballet, participate in 
water shows, and study advance swimming. This 
club meets each Monday night at the college pool. 



Chairman Becky Wayne 

Secretary Janice Langston 



CIRCLE 

K 
CLUB 



The Greenville Kiwanis Club 
sponsors an outstanding organiza- 
tion for men on the campus of East 
Carolina College. This organization 
is the Circle K Club. Members of 
the club are selected from male stu- 
dents possessing high qualities of 
leadership ability, of good citizen- 
ship and are above average scho- 
lastically. 




standing: Sonny Basinger, President; 
Otis Strother, Board Member. Seated: 



Bobby Edwards, Vice President; 
Benny Bowes, Secretary. 



Row 1: Raymond Gillkin, Glen Jernigan, Otis Strother. Row 2: Merle Summers, Jim 
Speight, Jim Mossey. Row 3: Joe Flake, Jim Blythe, Sonny Basinger. Row 4: Benny 
Bowes, Walker Allen, Bobby Edwards. Row 5: Buddy Wyatt. 




ENGINEERS CLUB 

The Delta Chapter of Professional Engineers was 
organized here at East Carolina College in the fall 
of this year with ten charter members. Any student 
enrolled in the college who is taking a curriculum 
leading to an engineering degree is eligible for mem- 
bership. The object of the organization is to pro- 
vide a program of professional development and 
orientation for the engineering student. The ten 
charter members are: George S. Mayo, Steve Redd, 
Jimmy Baltzegar, Kerry McLawhorn, Thorns K. 
Houston, Benny Basnight, Wayne Flippin, Robert 
Kunka, .James A. Rogers, Jr., W. 0. Sutton, Thomas 
J. Winstead, Robert S. Whichard and Roy E. Taylor. 




THOMAS J. WINSTEAD 



President Thomas J. Winstead 

Vice President Earl L. Taylor 

Secretary -Treasurer Robert S. Whichard 

Advisor J.O. Derrick 



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The Library Club's activities are centered around the functions 
and needs of a library. Its aim is to stimulate and to broaden 
interest in books and libraries in general. All students who are 
majors or minors in Library Science are invited to join the club 
to promote better literature for all. 



MARY BETH NICHOLS 




President Mary Beth Nichols 

Secretary Elizabeth Ann Davis 

Program Chairman Vickie Lee Morgan 



LIBRARY CLUB 



The Historical Society is an organization of the 
college students which is devoted to the study of 
history. Its purpose is to provide for the students of 
East Carolina College the opportunity to enrich 
their field of study and their love for this subject. It 
offers fellowship and entertainment as well as a 
way to obtain knowledge not ordinarily gained in 
the classroom. This is one of their chief goals be- 
cause of limited time for classroom lectures. 

The club meets once each month and is open to all 
students who are interested in history. They carry 
projects and are especially interested in those re- 
lated to caring for monuments and historical places. 




LAFAYETTE WESTBROOK 



President Lafayette Westbrook 

Vice President Frank Orr 

Secretary and Treasurer Faye Hardee 



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ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

President Janice Langston 



The Association for Childhood Education is a 
group of Students who are interested in helping to 
advance the understanding of children. They strive 
to develop a love and aid for young people. The 
association is supported by people who are in all 
phases of community life and who are interested in 
the principles of child welfare. Their chief desire is 
to promote better educational advantages. 




JANICE LANGSTON 



P.E. CLUB 



President Pat Harrell 

Vice President Royce Gillis 

Secretary Patsy Godsey 

Treasurer Seymour Taylor 

Men's Program Chairman. . .Johnny Phillips 
Women's Program Chairman. .Janice Tripp 



The Physical Education Majors Club consists 
of all students majoring in physical education. 
The club is responsible for planning programs for 
the departmental meeting's held each quarter. 
Programs in the past have consisted of wrestling, 
swimming, and Judo exhibitions. This year the 
club did a tremendous job in planning and making 
a success of the annual State Association of 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation Con- 
vention held at East Carolina. Another factor con- 
tributing to a successful year has been the hard 
work of its advisor. Dr. Francis Pyne. 




PAT HARRELL 




ART CLUB 

The Art Club is composed of all art majors 
and of honorary members who profess an in- 
terest in art. The Club provides a meeting 
ground for students who are interested in the 
same subject and enables them to learn more 
about art from field trips and well known 
speakers. This group also helps with the ex- 
hibition program at the college. 



KAREN McLAWHORN 
President 



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President Karen McLawhorn 

Vice President Marshall Braddy 

Secretary Joanne Lackey 

Treasurer Tommy Evans 



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SCIENCE CLUB 

President Grover Smithwick 

Vice President Arthur Gwaltney 

Secretary and Treasurer Barbara Manning 



GROVER SMITHWICK 
President 




The Student Science Club is an organization to 
bring together people interested in science; also 
to promote a broader interest in scientific fields, 
and to develop greater knowledge of a scientific 

The club meets twice each month and sponsors 
various projects during the year. Guest speakers 
to their meetings are from industry, government, 
research laboratories, on grants, and from univer- 
sities. Some of their projects have been the publi- 
cation of the E.C.C. Science Journal and a student 
science library. The library was especially pro- 
vided to give adequate reference materials and a 
quiet place to study for science majors. Highlights 
for this year have been a weekend at the Duke 
Marine Laboratory and a trip to the N. C. Collegi- 
ate Academy of Science. The club sponsored a 
candidate for vice-president and one for historian 
for this year. Barbara Manning and Peggy Cul- 
verhouse are the new state officers. 



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Women students who attend East Carolina 
College compose the Women's Recreation Asso- 
ciation. The girls are encouraged to take some of 
the many physical education activities which are 
offered on campus. Some of these include intra- 
mural archery, Softball, volleyball. 



President Janice Edwards 

Vice President Ann Craft 

Secretary Libby Cooke 

Treasurer Becky Wayne 



JANICE EDWARDS 



M.E.N.C 



The East Carolina College Student Chapter of 
the Music Educators National Conference offers 
membership to all students who are interested in 
music education. The purpose of the M. E. N. C. 
is to give music students the privilege of partic- 
ipation in the national M.E.N.C, the Southern 
Music Educators Conference, and the North Caro- 
lina Music Educators Association. 

Through conventions, students keep up-to-date 
on current events in the music world. Besides reg- 
ular business meetings, M.E.N.C. has visiting 
speakers who give lectures or demonstrations in 
some phase of music education. In addition, the 
organization conducts projects which promote 
music on the campus and in the community. 




JAN WURST 



President Jan Wurst 

Vice President Steve Clements 

Seci-etary Betsy Orr 

Treasurer Jesse Hollen 




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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

The activities of the Home Economics Club in- 
clude selling Christmas cards, helping needy fami- 
lies, and sponsoring candy sales. Emphasis is placed 
upon the promotion of greater interest in the field 
of Home Economics, internal fellowship, and the 
provision of means by which students may develop 
in leadership and initiative. Their meetings are con- 
cerned with reports on National Conventions, per- 
sonnel abroad, and the initiation of freshmen into 
the club. A special interest is placed on the initiation 
of senior members into the American Home Eco- 
nomics Association. 




FRANCES BAYNOR 



President Frances Baynor 

Vice President Betty Rose Frazier 

Secretary Rebecca Parker 

Treasurer Bobbie Jo Sutton 

Buccaneer Reporter Ef f ie Aman 

East Carolinian Reporter Marjorie Holland 




PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



President Sam Hudson 

Vice President Don Graziano 

Secretary Montie Mills 

Treasurer Katrina Grumpier 




SAM HUDSON 



The Psychology Club was organized during the 1959-60 year 
to promote interest among Psychology majors. However, since 
its organization the club has opened its meetings to any student 
on campus wishing to take part in their informal discussion 
meeting. These meetings afford a "free running" discussion 
among students with interesting and varied topics. 



OFFIGERS 





The Industrial Arts Club was formed in the fall 
quarter of 1949. Its members desire to advance 
industrial arts in eastern North Carolina. Also, 
they strive to promote a greater interest and fel- 
lowship among students of the industrial arts de- 
partment of East Carolina College. 



BILL PARKER 



President Bill Parker 

Vice President Bruce Worrell 

Secretary Sanders Grady 

Treasurer Stanley Roberson 

Reporter Earl Tetterton 



NDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 



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The Student National Education Association of East Carolina 
College composes the Robert H. Wright Chapter. The Chapter's 
ideals are to develop understanding of the teaching profession 
through its members participation in the work of local, state, and 
national education. Students are acquainted with the history, 
ethics, organization, policies, and programs of the association. 
It strives to interest capable men and women in education as a 
life-long career. 




President Jo Ann Tew Winn 

Vice President Norma Lee Johnson 

Recording Secretary Myrna Skinner 

Corresponding Secretary Elizabeth Williams 

Treasurer Wayne Forbes 

Assistant Treasurer Edward Fay Bunch 

Historian Janet Pate 

Publicity Chairman Gwen Johnson 



STUDENT N.E.A 



JO ANN TEW 



The Future Business Leaders of America is an 
organization of business majors and minors. Tt 
has the purpose of fostering interest in the busi- 
ness occupation and in business teaching. It also 
stresses the working together for the mutual in- 
terest and benefits of its members and of the 
business education department as a whole. 




SYLVIA UZZELL 



President Sylvia Uzzell 

George Ray Vice President 

Mary Helen Mumf ord Secretary 

Gene Saunders Parlimentarian 



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The Delta Zeta Chapter of DELTA SIGMA PI carries out a 
number of projects during the school year to promote closer 
affiliation between the students of commerce and the commer- 
cial world. Several tours through large commercial offices and 
various types of industries are made each year. Once a month, 
the fraternity has, as speaker at its dinner meeting, a profes- 
sional guest. 



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ALPHIN, JOHN A. 



iURRIS, MALCOLM L. 
1st Vice President 



CARROLL, EDWARD L. 
EGGLESTON, NEAL H. 



FAULKNER, WALTER C. 



FELTON, JONATHAN K. 
Secretary 



GLENN, DONALD E. 
HARDEE, JAMES A. 



HUDNELL, JOSEPH R. 
JACKSON, EUGENE D. 
KEITH, H. MAYNARD 
KILPATRICK, KENNETH K. 



KOONCE, GALE 

McGEE, TED 0. 
Treasurer 

MOORE, JOHN W. 

MUNN, CHARLES R. 
Chancellor 



NEAL, RONNIE L. 
Historian 

PARISI, FRANCES 

REESE, THOMAS M. 

ROSE, M. EARL 



SMITH, LEWIS E. 
TURNER, G. ALBERT 



WILLIAMS, LLOYD D. 
2nd Vice President 



WILLIS, WILLIAM K. 





Tom Reese, Gloria Hofler, president of Chi Omega, and "Santa" entertain at the 
annual Christmas Party in Delta Sig's Chapter Room. 



THOMAS M. REESE 
Delta Sigma Pi President 



The fraternity promotes scholastic excellence through a 
yearly award to the highest ranking senior in the college's 
School of Business. Delta Sig functions socially through vari- 
ous parties and dances throughout the year; the annual Rose 
Ball being the highlight. 



Curtis Howell, Al Turner. .Jon Felton and Jim Hardee make up 
a "live" party 





JEAN CAROLYN LASATER 
Homecoming Sponsor 



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Vice President 



MEMBERS 



William Hudsc 



Robert Bradley 



Paul D. Jenkins 



Berklin Johnsor 



Dennis L. Creed 



James T. Mustian. Jr 



Edward E. Penuel 



Willoughby Ferebee 



Chefeek M. Philips, Jr. 
James Pleasant 



Fred Funderbrook 
Franklin M. Gradv. Jr. 



Willie J. Hasty, Jr. 



Charles A. Spann 



Judith Ann Wilson 




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Pi Kappa Alpha's Don Conley, President of I.F.C. 



The Inter Fraternity Council is for the establishment and ad- 
ministration of rules governing rushing, pledging, initiation and 
general welfare of fraternities. To encourage scholastic achieve- 
ment, greater cooperation, and harmony among its members; 
and for the promotion of the best interest of East Carolina 
College. 




I.F.C. officers: Bobby Ward, treasurer; Carlyle Humphries, secretary; Tommy 
Tucker, Vice Pres.; Don Conley, President; and Dean Mallory, Advisor. 



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Rushees and Pi K. A. brother during 1960 Fall 
Rush. 



I.F.C. Advisor, James B. Mallory, 
Dean of Men 



Lambda Chi Alpha's C. Pope receives Greek Week trophy from Chair- 
man Demesy Williams. 




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President 



Anderson, Jr. 
J. Arledge 
P. Brooks 

T. Carroll, Pledge Master 
H. Carter 




D. Conley 

B. Cox 

J. Cutler, Historian 
D. Dudley 
A. W. Farris 

C. Fullwood, Secretary 

K. Hobbs 
T. Jackson 
W. Jennings 
R. Johnson 
L. Jorgenson 
H. King 




J. Loftin 

J. R. Martin 

Dr. F. Martin, Advisor 

J. Moore 

W. Moore 

S. Normann 

J. Pake 

C. Paradee, Treasurer 

B. Pope, House Mgr. 

T. Riggan 

F. Robertson, Alumni 

Counselor 

D. Rock 

R. Smith 
J. Starling 

B. Tanner 
V. Taylor 

J. Wilkins, V. President 

C. Zucher 





Betty Lane Evans, Dream Girl of Pi Kappa 
^Ipha. 

It was late in 1960 when the PiKAs fi- 
nally accomplished what had been their 
dream since the old Phi Kappa Alphas went 
national with Pi Kappa Alpha to become the 
one hundred and thirty-second chapter in 
May of 1958. The last of the charter mem- 
bers graduating this year will remember 
this dream from its conception to its ful- 
fillment . . . yes, this was the year the 
PiKas purchased their "dream house." To 
go with the new house, fall rush brought a 



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twenty-eight man pledge class, the largest in 
Epsilon Mu's history. Along with the work 
and sacrifice for their new home, the PiKas 
mixed a generous amount of pleasure. This 
was the year of the third annual "Concert 
by the Sea," the third "Dream Girl Ball," 
a homecoming never to be forgotten, ten 
brothers getting pinned, three married, and 
the Nassau and Miami Beach trip for their 
ninety-second national convention. 




Have Chandelier, Will Hang 




THETA 
CHI 




J. Adcock 

T. Arnold, Chaplain 

J. Chesnutt 

V. Grumpier 

F. Fowler 

C. Humphrey 

G. T. Hall, Librarian 

P. Harrell, Pledge 

Marshal 

P. Hemby 

R. Hickman, Treasurer 

B. Jackson, Secretary 

M. Keziah 

R. McGrea 

E. Mann 

F. Mayo, Historian 
K. Moore 

B. Nichols 
J. Powell 

J. Person 

T. Rogers 

J. Stone 

R. Spivey, 1st Doorman 

W. Sheppard 

B. Thomas 

K. Trogdon, V. Pres. 

B. Warren 

B. Watson 

F. WrigTit 

W. Willard 

W. Worthington 





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Theta Chi became the first national social fra- 
ternity on campus March 15, 1958. Since then, the 
Epsilon Iota chapter has grown and matured to 

its present state. 

Theta Chi haa won many awards during this 
short time. Last year, the fraternity won the two 
highest Awards on campus, the ScholarshipTrophy, 
given to the social fraternity with the highest 
scholastic average, and the Service Award, given 
to the fraternity which has been outstanding in 
its service to the college and the community. This 
year, Theta Chi won the 1960-61 Homecoming 
Award for the best float. Under the leadership of 
L. S. Guy, the present president, Theta Chi hopes . 
to progress even farther. 

The brothers are proud of their latest aquisi- 
tion, a fraternity house, which is located at 414 
West 4th Street. 

The brothers of Theta Chi are proud of their 
fraternity, and they are proud of their motto : 
"Alma Mata first, and Theta Chi for Alma Mata." 




The Home of the Theta Chi's 



Fall Pledge Class 




The Theta Chi's pin their Housemother 




Theta Chi Dream Girl 
BARBARA ANN ELLIS 





KAPPA 
ALPHA 




President 
FRED DANIELS 



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J. Aman, Treasurer 

G. Bass, Sergeant-at-Arms 

J. Bass 

J. Beardin, Advisor 

J. Cardy, Custorian 




B. Crisp 

B. Cummings 
J. Gaines 

R. Gillikin, Parliamentarian 

C. Gordon 



B. Gregson 

R. Gurtnor, R. Secretary 

R. Harrell 

B. Hart 

J. Hudson 




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B. Jackson 
J. Kirkland 

F. Lassiter 
M. Le Favor 

G. Magus 




M. Moore 

H. Paschal, Advisor 

G. Pierce 

0. Pierce, Advisor 

M. Pridgen, V. President 

B. Raines, Historian 

E. Riddick 

M. Summers 

J. Speight 

W. Whithead 

H. Wicker, C. Secretary 

W. Wilson 




Kappa Alpha Rose 
MARY ELIZABETH GARDNER 



Kappa Alpha Banquet 



The Gamma Rho chapter of Kappa Alpha 
has made rapid and broad growth in the 
past year. Its strength now stands at 34 
brothers and 28 pledges. Some of the var- 
ious activities, both social and service pro- 
jects, include helping to renovate the St, 
Andrews Episcopal church and raising 
money for the crippled children's fund. 



In the spring, approximately 30 brothers 
and pledges and their dates attended the 
Old South Ball in Richmond, Virginia. This 
event is the social highlight of their calen- 
dar year. 

The future goal is to procure a fraternity 
house. This should contribute a great deal 
to Kappa Alpha unity. 




President Daniels Counts Votes 



Fall Pledge Class 




LAMBDA 

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President 
MIKE KATSIAS 



B. Averette, Ritualist 
S. Basinger 



E. Boykin 
E. Buck 
B. Carroll 
J. Chester 
M. Conklin 
D. Cross 





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T. Gossitt 

N. Hilgret 

G. Hodges, Pledge Trainer 

J. Holingsworth 

P. Humphries 

G. Kilabrew 

J. Matthews 

T. Matthews, V. President 
C. Miles, House-manager 
G. Miller 

B. Morris 

C. Pope 

E. Robinson 

C. Russ 

G. Tompson 

B. Ward, Secretary 

C. Ward 
R. Wise 




MISS JEAN LASATER 
CRESCENT Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha 



New Chapter House 



Iota Upsilcn Zeta has enjoyed one of its 
most successful chapter years. The brother- 
hood operated under an active strength of 
sixty brothers and thirty pledges. 

During the fall quarter, recognition was 
given to Brothers Basinger, Stafford, 
Matthews, and Hilgert for their perfor- 
mances on the gridiron. We welcomed the 
hiring of Mrs. Helen MacAndrews as the 
new housemother for the chapter house. 



Winter proved to be a great social season 
for the fraternity. Many of the campus 
social sororities were invited to special 
house parties. The spring saw the annual 
Founder's Day continue to be an outstand- 
ing event. 

In summary, success in intramurals, 
scholarship and service brought the spirit 
of brotherhood to the full maturity of 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 




Brother Miles 
and parents dur- 
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of house during formal Rush. 



SIGMA 
NU 



President 
TOMMY CALHOUN 





T. 


Calhoun, President 


L. 


Christy, Secretary 


R. 


Church 


T. 


Edwards III 


J. 


Forbes 


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Gill 


J. 


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D. 


Hurst, Historian 


W. 


, Meridth, V. President 


J. 


Merritt 


L. 


Palmer 


W. 


Pemberton, Treasurer 


H. 


Sholar 


H. 


Tucker III 


B. 


Visey 


D. 


Williams 


R. 


Woods 


W. 


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Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded nationally 
at Virginia Military Institute in 1869, and the 
local chapter, Eta Beta was established in 1959. 
The White-Rose is the flower of Sigma Nu, and 
the national colors are black, white and gold. 
Sigma Nu publishes monthly its official maga- 
zine, entitled The Delta. 

On May 16, 1959, Kappa Sigma Nu was for- 
mally installed as Eta Beta chapter of Sigma 
Nu. The creed is — to believe in the life of love, 
to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light 
of truth. This is the life, the way, and the light 
of Sigma Nu. 




Sigma Nu's New Home 




After a Working Session at the House 



MISS JIMI McDANIELS 
White Rose Queen of Sigma Nu. 



1960 
Spring Pledge Class 





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PHI 
EPSILON 



L. Bimonte 
T. Brickley 



S. Coletrane, Vice- 
President 



P. DeLaCruz 
E. Gaskill 



R. Helms 

G. Hopkins, President 



S. Hudson 



E. Joyner 
D. Keller 

B. Kornegay 

C. Mitchell, Historian 
J.Newbern 



W. Norford 

B. Phelps 

J. Ferrel, Treasurer 

R. Fochler, Chaplain 

P.Williamson, Secretary 



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GILES D. HOPKINS 



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Sig Kp's Sweetheart 
JULAINE CANNON 



Sig Ep's New Home 



Sigma Phi Epsilon, "The Fraternity with a heart," was founded 
by twelve men of vision on November 1, 1901, at what is now 
The University of Richmond. Since that time, it has grown into 
one of the nation's largest Fraternal Organizations, with 148 
Chapters in 46 States. Sigma Phi Epsilon Colony of the Fratern- 
ity was founded at East Carolnia College on February 19, 1959. 

The brothers have participated in all campus activities and 
their sponsors for Summer-School and Homecoming Queen were 
elected. As part of their yearly activities they have an annual 
"Sig Ep Ball" at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 



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Pledge Stallings, Brothers Alexander, Hopkins, Phelps, 
and an unidentified rushee. 


Child psychologist Sam Hudson and the Sociables 
Louie Bimonte, and Bob Kornegay. 


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BARNEY HUGH WEST 




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M. Butler 
W. Eyerman 



M. Godbold 
F. Hardison 
C. Humphrey 



J. Parker 
G. Ray 

S. Roberson 



J. Sampedro 
R. Schwentorus 
F. Teague 



A. Wamsley 
M. Wilkinson 
W. Wiley 





Phi Kappa Tau Sponsor 
DENCIE K. BROWN 



Bill Wiley, Mike Wilkinson, and Forrest Teague 
check scrapbook. 



Phi Kappa Tau was founded in 1906 at 
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and in 54 
years has grown to one of the leading fra- 
ternities in the nation. The colony at East 
Carolina College was founded during the 
Spring Quarter, 1960. With the help of Mr. 
Roger Vaughn, National Field Secretary, 
Phi Kappa Tau spent the past year in be- 



coming a well organized, close knit fra- 
ternity. 

The purpose of Phi Kappa Tau is to es- 
tablish the close bonds of brotherhood and 
of loyalty to the school that will be a credit 
to the National Fraternity, East Carolina 
College, and to the general college fratern- 
ity system. 




Phi Kappa Tau brothers relax and chat after a meeting. 




PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



JAYE FINNEGAN 
President 



The Panhellenic Council is the governing 
board of all social sororities on the campus of 
East Carolina College. Each sorority is rejDre- 
sented by a junior and a senior delegate. Offi- 
cers of the Council are rotated by alphabet- 
ical arrangement of the sororities. 

The Panhellenic Council strives to promote 
interest and cooperation among the sororities 
and the college administration. 





MISS RUTH WHITE 
Advisor 



ANN SUGG, Vice-President 



DIANNE SAUNDERS, 
Treasurer 



MARIE BRYANT 

Corresponding Secretary 



CAROL BUTLER 

Recording Secretary 




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Rankin, make plans for formal rush. 



ospective rushees "chat" with representatives from all 
the sororities at the Panhellenic rush. 




SIGMA 
SIGMA 
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Mrs. Elsie Eagan 
Faculty Advisor 



Mrs. Virginia Minges 
Alumnae Advisor 



Mrs. Ann Ross 

Membership Advisor 



Nancy Carr 
Vice-President 



Sue D. Cheek 
Mary Helen Coffey 



Charlotte Crews 
Margaret Cude 
Janet Pansier 
Judy Haley 
Penny Hamilton 



Jackie Hammond 
Judy Henderson 
Sue Holland 
Shirley Holt 
Nancy Hubbard 



Janet A. Johnson 
Nancy Jones 
Jerri Kennedy 
Nancy Kenner 
Nancy King 



Theresa McDaniel 
Treasurer 



Lois McLean 
Sue McPhatter 



Betty Milton 

Recording Secretary 



Betty Faye Moore 
President 



Judy Redfern 
Susie Street 
K. T. Thomas 

Ellen Wilson 

Susan Wylie 

Corres. Secretary 




BETTY FAYE MOORE 
President 



Sigma Sigma Sigma Vv'as founded at Longwood College in Farmville. 
Virginia on April 20, 1898. Gamma Beta Chapter at East Carolina was 
installed on February 5, 1960. 

"Sigma Serves Children" is the sorority's service theme which is por- 
trayed through Tri Sigma's contributions and work with the "Robbie 
Room" at the North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. The Gamma 
Betas serve children by working with the Greenville Crippled Children's 
Clinic. 

Tri Sigmas strive to maintain a high scholastic standing, a strong wo- 
manly character, an everlasting bond of sisterly love, and friendliness 
toward all. 




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Fall pledge class. 




NANCY KING 

Homecoming Spons 



CHI 
OMEGA 




Frances Bailey 
Loretta Benton 
Mary John Best 
Rubv Bradshaw 




Nancy Brown 
Vice-President 

Bonnie Burch 

Ann Butler 

Jewel Callihan 

Jayne Chandler 



Alice Lee Edwards 
Patsy Elliott, Secretary 
Barbara Ellis 
Sandra Gurley 
Beth Harris 



Roberta Harrison 
Betty Lane 
Peggy Lane 
Jean Lasater 
Linda Mewborn 



Ann Middleton 
Kay Priest 
Martha Quinn 
Dianne Saunders 
Frances Smith 



Sue Sparkman 
Elizabeth Taylor 



Joan Williams 



Nancy Wingate 





GLORIA HOFLER 
President 



"She who walks on earth with love walks 
in heaven with glory." 



Rho Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega 
was pledged at East Carolina College on 
November 12, 1959. Chi Omega stresses 
the formation of lasting friendships. Its 
purposes are the attainment of superior 
scholarship, the development of womanly 
character, and the participation in social 
and civic services. 




Fall pledge class. 




'Chi Omega's prize winning float. 




KAY PRIEST 
Homecoming Sponsor 



KAPPA 
DELTA 








Helen Allen 

Judy Amnions 

Paye Baker 

Betty Bennett 
Vice-President 



Kitty Bynum 
Evelyn Crutchfield 
Pegg-y Davis 
Patty Godsey 



Jean Hardy, President 
Lynette Hobbs 
Evelyn Johnson 
Ann Kopley, Treasurer 



Betty Maynor 

Barbara Schwab, Secretary 

Rebecca Singleton 

Sara Smiley 



Bobbie Jo Sutton 



Lynn Thompson 
Brenda Vaughan 
Carolyn Wilmouth 




JEAN HARDY 
President 




Kappa Delta Sorority was founded on October 23, 1897 
at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. The history of 
Kappa Delta is a story of friendship, of youthful ideas, and 
of loyal service. It was founded by four college girls who 
sought to create a beautiful symbol for their aspirations and 
to perpetuate their friendship far into the future. It has 
been expanded and strengthened by many thousands of loyal 
college women who have formed their closes ties within its 
bounds and found self-expression in building its organiza- 
tion. 

The purpose of Kappa Delta is to promote true friendship 
among the college girls of our country by inculcating into 
their hearts and lives those principles of ti'uth, of honor, 
of duty, without which there can be no true friendship. 

The object of Kappa Delta is the formation and perpetua- 
tion of good fellowship, friendship, and sisterly love among 
its members ; the encouragement of literature and education ; 
the promotion of social interest; and the furtherance of 
charitable and benevolent purposes. 




Sara shows a prospective rushee Kappa Delta's 
scrapbook. 




CAROLYN WILMOUTH 
Homecoming Sponsor 



Fall pledge class 




Mrs. W. S. Bost, Alumnae Advisor 
Mrs. Helen Snyder, Faculty Advisor 




'*h,xm^^' 




June Barrow 
Judith Berry 
Nancy Berry 
Julaine Cannon 



Jane Chandler 

Ola Darden 

Amy Sue Gwaltney, Treasurer 

Deloreess Holt, Vice-President 



Ann Hoyle 

Gay Hudson 

Doming Jenkins 

Barbara Jones, Recording Secretary 



Doris Matthews 
Sally Morris 
Julie Moser 
Jean Mullen 



Carol Rankin 

Sylvia Sampedro, President 

Barbara Smith 

Zita Teer 



DELTA 
ZETA 



To the world, I promise temperance and in- 
sight and courage, to crusade for justice, to 
seek the truth and defend it always; to those 
whom my life may touch in slight measure, may 
I give graciously of what is mine ; to my friends, 
understanding and appreciation ; to those closer 
ones, love that is ever steadfast; to my mind, 
growth ; to my self faith that I may walk truly 
in the light of the flame. These are the aims set 
forth in the Delta Zeta creed to which we try 
to pattern our lives. 





SYLVIA SAMPEDRO 
President 



JANE CHANDLER 
Homecoming Sponsor 




Fall pledge class 




Delta Zeta's football and beauties helped decorate 
the homecoming parade. 






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ALPHA 
PHI 



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Miss Gay Hogan 
Faculty Advisor 



Kay Barefoot 

Mary Ann Bazemore 



Bobbie Ann Bethune 
President 



Nancy Clifton 

Rebecca Coley, Rec. Secretary 

Kathryn Grumpier 

Barbara Eidson, Gorres. Sec. 

Dorothy Flynn 



Gharlotte Humphries 
Nancy Kinsey, Treasurer 



Janice Langston 
Vice-President 



Mary Lee Lawrence 
Rebecca Lenier 



Jo Ann Pope 
Mary Bea Ray 
Kay Rodrequez 
Patsy Royal 
Dorothy Smith 



Mary Elizabeth Stewart 
Ella Grey Sullivan 
Judith Thornton 
Nancy Wright 





BOBBIE ANN BETHUNE 
President 



Fall pledge class 




Conduct, character, and culture — the three C's of Alpha Phi 
are as characteristic of the international sorority today as 
they were of its founders on the Syracuse University campus, 
Syracuse, New York, in the year 1872. Since the founding 
date, the sorority has grown to have 72 chapters in the 
United States and Canada, all bound by our motto, "Union 
Hand in Hand." Ever true to their love for the sliver and 
bordeaux, our colors, alumnae and actives alike contribute 
yearly to our philanthropic project, cardiac aid. 

The Delta Alpha Chapter was pledged on the East Carolina 
College campus on November 21, 1959, and was initiated on 
February 6, 1960. Other than aiding in the national projects, 
the Delta Alpha Chapter participates in campus activities and 
engages in local service projects. An annual project of the 
chapter is to attempt to make the Christmas of some less for- 
tunate family a merry one, and in this way, become cognizant 
of the true Christmas spirit. 



KATHRYN CRUMPLER 
Sponsor 




Annual Christmas party for local children is enjoyed by all. 




Patsy Alexander 
Marie Bryant 
Elaine Byrd 
Lucille Coulbourn, 

President 
Linda Cox, 

Vice-President 



Kay Efland 
Judy Gay 
Ella Mae Godley 
Melba Home 
Blanche Kammer 



Libby Keel 
Beth Kellum 



Mary Elizabeth Knox, 
Treasurer 



Joanne Lackey 
Mary Jo Lancaster 



Vickie Lee 
Judy McDuffie 
Linda Mann 
Mary Alice Munn 
Margaret Powell, 

Corresponding 

Secretary 



Phyllis Nash 
Agnes Rhue 
Mary Ann Ricks, 

Recording Secretary 
Ellie Speckman 
Alice Starr 



Janelle Stogner 
Rosemary Swisher 
Katyjo Todd 
Libby Williams 
Judy Wilson 



ALPHA 

XI 
DELTA 





> Alpha XiOnta < 



To Alpha Xi Delta, fraternity is the feeling 
we have for one another — warm, mutual, con- 
fident, strong, and enduring. It is the spark that 
flashes when we meet a sister from miles dis- 
tant. It is the devotion we feel toward our fra- 
ternity ideals. It is the common bond of under- 
standing which creates friendships in a strange 
land. To us sorority life is not the enjoyment 
of special privileges but an opportunity to pre- 
pare for wide and wise human service. 



LUCILLE COULBOURN 
President 





The sisters enjoy an informal bongo session. 



MARY JO LANCASTER 
Homecoming Sponsor 



Fall pledge class. 




ALPHA 

OMICRON 

PI 





Martha Allen 

Judy Bledsoe, Rec. Secretary 

Nancy Collins, Treasurer 



Pat Farmer 

Jane Gurganus 

Becky Highsmith, Corres. Secretary 



Brenda Hodges 

Robbie McArthur 

Joan Phelps, Vice-President 



Barbara Pleasants 
Lib Rogers 
Lou Rogers 



Janice Sessoms 
Mary Nell Shaw 
Ann Sugg 



Jerri Sutton 

Judith Taylor, President 

Sandy Thompson 




JUDITH TAYLOR 
President 




Lib, and Pat make themselves at home on 
AOTT's "Shipwreck Island." 



Alpha Omicron Pi was founded at Barnard College of Columbia 
University in New York on January 2, 1897. Zeta Psi Chapter was in- 
stalled on February 6, 1960, at East Carolina. 

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded to bring into existence an organi- 
zation that would be ever modest, without ostentation ; one that has 
few, simple, and potent symbols instead of a multitude of parading 
ornaments; one that should never indicate separateness from the 
college body, but should rather imply service to the whole; and 
especially an organization whose membership should be based on char- 
acter and like-mindedness. 




The "survivors" make like Waikiki natives. 




ROBBIE McARTHUR 
Homecoming Sponsor 



ALPHA 
DELTA 
PI 





Joyce Bachelor 

Betty Lou Beales 

Milly Bowden 

Jean Capps, Vice-President 

Nancy Cox 



Rebekah Crouch 
Doris Davenport 
Dee Davis 
Betty Lane Evans 
Jaye Finnegan 



Betty Rose Frazier 
Mary Elizabeth Gardner 
Nancy Gwynn, President 
Jean Haislip, Treasurer 
Cynthia Hart 



Camilla Henderson 
Corres. Secretary 

Judy Jolly 

Ray Lane 

Phyllis Langston 

Sue Lassiter 



Jimi McDaniel 

Helen McPherson 

Sandra Moon, Rec. Secretary 

Jean Moye 

Lillian Moye 




Fall pledge cla 




NANCY GWYNN 
President 



Alpha Delta Pi, founded at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia 
in 1851, is the oldest secret society for college women. Delta Omicron 
Chapter at East Carolina College was charted on February 6, 1960, and 
became the 100th chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. Alpha Delta Pi stands for 
"sisterhood and mutual trust among its members ; high scholarship ; and 
service to the school as well as to the surrounding community." 

Each girl who wears the diamond-shaped badge of Alpha Delta Pi 
strives to strengthen friendships, uphold the highest ideals of Christian 
womanhood, and render unselfish service to mankind. 





Smiling Democrats of Alpha Delta Pi. 



NANCY GWYNN 
Homecoming Sponsor 



4- \ 



CLASSES 

Four years ago we came here, fresh 
from high school and fresh in college. 
Four years we spent here, working, 
studying, learning; mostly happy, 
sometimes sad. Four years of our life, 
dedicated to education, but holding 
many other precious accomplishments. 
Four years of our life, hard earned, 
but well spent. 



GRADUATES 




ANDERSON, BOBBY L. 
Apex 
Education, Administration 

BAKER, REPSY W. 
Greenville 
Elementary Education 

BASS, JOHN EDWIN 
Greenville 
Secondary Education 



BATTS, WILLIAM M. 
Rocky Mount 
Business 



BERRYHILL, ALEXANDER 
MACK 
Charlotte 
Guidance and Psychology 



BOWEN, FLOYD C. 
Belhaven 



COLE, LEON 
Columbus, Ga. 
Music Education 



COLLINS, NEWTON J. 
Greenville 
Music Education 

DAVIS, MARGARET ANNE 
Carolina Beach 
Physical Education 



EDMONDSON, ROBERT 
Bethel 
Social Studies 



ESCALONA, JULIA E. 
Santiago, Chile 
Education 

FISH, JAMES LLOYD 
Apex 
Social Studies 



1961 



GRINNELL, ROY T. 
Southern Pines 
Education 



HARPER, LIONELL B. 
Greenville 
Social Studies 



HAWKINS, CHARLES T. 
Henderson 
Physical Education 



HAYES, DOROTHY ANN 
Durham 
Elementary Education 

HEZEL, JOHN DONALD 
Bridgeton, Mo. 
Psychology 

HORTON, JAMES MASSEY 
Fountain 
Science 



HUGHES, FRANCES L. 
St. Brides, Va. 
Secondary Education 

IRONS, MARY ELLEN 
Greenville 
Guidance 

KEATON, BENJAMIN F. 
Belhaven 
Music Education 



LABAUME, CATHERINE 
Paris, France 
Business 



LANIER, JAMES ALLEN 
Wilmington 
Science Education 



LENNON, DONALD RAY 
Leland 
Social Studies 




GRADUATES 



1961 




LEONARD, RICHARD C. 
Erwin 
Science 

MARTIN, WALTER T. 
Williamston 
Guidance Counseling 

MAYES, EMMETT E. 
Raleigh 
Education 



MERRITT, JOHN C. 
Statesville 
Art 



McLAMB, JOHNNY S. 
Lillington 
Secondary Education 

OXFORD, MARY DEAN 
Greenville 
Art 



PRIDGEN, M. HENRY 
Rocky Mount 
Business 



STOKES, HUGH T. 
Greenville 
Science 



SUTCLIFFE, GEORGE H. 
Charlotte 
Business Administration 



THOMAS, BETTY EMILY 
Pittsboro 
Elementary Education 

WILLIAMS, DENNIS E. 
Kinston 
Math 



WEST, ELONZA M. 
Wilmington 
Business 



SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




NANCY COX 
Treasurer 




DEMPSEY WILLIAMS 
President 



W-' 




CHARLES GORDON 
Vice-President 



KATHRYN CRUMPLER 
Secretary 




ADAMS, JAMES F. Henderson 

Business, A.B. 
Y.D.C.; Veterans Club; Delta Sigma Pi. 

ALBRITTON, SIDNEY MEWBORN Hookerton 

Chemistry, A.B. 
Science Club; Student Affiliate American; Chemical 
Society. 

ALLEN.BETTY COMPTON Cedar Grove 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Playhouse; N.E.A.; A.C.E.; College Union Student 
Board; Freshman Counselor; Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Y.W.C.A. 



ALLEN, DALLAS FRED 

Science, B.S. 
Sigma Nu. 

ALLEN, SHELBA DEAN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A. 



Washington 



ALLIGOOD, BETTE LOU 

Spanish, B.S. 

S.N.E.A. Corresponding Secretary; Sigma Pi Alpha, 
Secretary; Math Club. 



ALPHIN, JOHN ARCHIE, JR. Fayetteville 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 



AMAN, WILLIS JACKSON 

Business, A.' 
Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 



Maysville 



Fayetteville 



AMMONS, JUDITH LEE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Louisburg College; A.C.E.; N.E.A.; Kappa Delta; 
House Council. 



ANDREWS, PEGGY ANN Rocky Mount ' 

Business, B.S. 
Stratford College; Buccaneer Staff; F.B.L.A. 

ARNOLD, WILSON THOMAS Supply 

Science, B.S. 
Theta Chi; R.O.T.C. 

AUTRY, WILLIAM SEYMORE Stedman 

English, B.S. 
English Club, Presidentj N.E.A. 



AVENT, BARBARA MATTHEWS Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 



AVERETTE, ROGER HARDY 

Science, B.S. 
I.R.C., President; Marching Band; 
Theta Chi, Historian, Chaplain; S.G.A 



Greenville 
Varsity Band; 

Dunn 



AVERY, DELORES FAYE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
San Jose Citv College, California; Angel Flight; King 
Youth Fellowship; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.E.A. 



AYERS, MARY FRANCES Williamston 

Business, B.S. 
East Carolinian; Y.W.C.A.; Y.D.C.; F.B.L.A. 

AYSCUE, JACK THOMAS, JR. Henderson 

Social Studies, B.S. 
S.N.E.A. 

BAILEY,ALICE LOVE Stantonsburg 

Primary Education, B.S. 

House Committee Cotton Hall; House Committee 

Fleming Hall; C.U.S.B., Treasurer; Kappa Phi Epsilon, 

Historian; Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; N.E.A. ; 
A.C.E. • 



BAGGETT, N. GREY Kenley 

Primary Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; B.S.U. 

BAINES, GEORGE BROOKS Zebulon 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Second Vice-President; Sergeant- 
At-Arms; S.A.M.; F.B.L.A.; Rebel. 

BAKER, BERNICE MILTON Reidsville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Secretary-Trea- 
surer; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; Westminister Fellowship 
Council; Buccaneer Staff; Wilson Dorm Social Com- 
mittee; Fiftieth Anniversary Pageant; Student Nation- 
al Education Association. 

BALDREE, NELSON ISAAC Ayden 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Club. 

BALLANCE, MARY SUSAN Fremont 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; East Carolinian; Freshman Coun- 
selor; Fleming House Committee. 

BAKER, EDNA ELIZABETH Farmville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Women's Judiciary; Aquanymphs; Freshman Coun- 
selor; A.C.E.; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Service Chairman. 



BALLARD, MALCOLM JAMES, JR. Wilmington 

Business, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management, Vice Presi- 
dent; Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Y.M.C.A.; Wesley 
Foundation; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



Wilmington, Del. 



BARBATO, JOSEPH F. 

Business, 
Phi Sigma Pi. 

BARBOUR, EDITH RACHEL Willow Springs 

Social Studies, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Y-Cabinet. 

BARFIELD, JANET PATE Goldsboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A. 



Rich Square 



Draper 



BARNES, WOODROW WILSON 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Y.D.C. 



BARROW, JUNE CAROLYNE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Lutheran Student Association; Home Economics Club; 
Delta Zeta. 



BASINGER, KENNETH ELMO "SONNY" Concord 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Football; Track; Varsity Club; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Circle "K", President; Physical Education Majors Club; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- 
VERSITIES. 

BASS, ALDEN GLENN Wilson 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Football, Co- 
Captain, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES. 



BASS, 



BARBARA LEE 

Primary Education, 



Greenville 



BATCHELOR, CAROLYN JOYCE Scotland Neck 

Primary Education, B.S. 
St. Mary's Junior Colk^ge; Association of Childhood 
Education; National Ilducation Association; Alpha 
Delta Pi; Women's Recreation Association; Young 
Democrats Club. 

BATTEN, PATRICIA . ANE Laurinburg 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sophomore Counselor; Tau Sigma; A.C.E.; Buccaneer 

Staff. 



BATTS, POLLY G. 

English, B.S. 
WWWS Campus Radio. 



Greenville 




BAXLEY, OLIVIA GAIL 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.S.C.; Counselor in Gotten Hall. 



Swansboro 



BAYLEY HARRY PARKER 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club; Arnold Air 
Society; A.F.R.O.T.C. Drill Team; W.W.W.S., T.V. 
Guild; Wesley Players. 

BAYNOR LOICE FRANCES Scranton 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Vice President, President; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Social Chairman of Jarvis Hal!; 
Tau Sigma; Buccaneer Staff; Dean's Advisory Council; 
Student Development Council; WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

BEACH, JOHN L. Oak City 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Young Democrats Club; Dean's List. 

BEALES, BETTY LOU Washington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
St. Mary's Jr. College; W.R.A.; Slay Dorm Homecom- 
ing Sponsor; A.C.E.; Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Nu Home- 
coming Sponsor. 

BELL, BETTY LOU Atlantic 

English, B.S. 
English Club; East^ Carolinian; Y.W.C.A.; N.E.A. 

BENNETT, MARY ZILLAH Shallotte 

Primary Education, B.S. 
B.S.U.; Library Club; N.E.A. ; Young Democratic Club; 
Woman's Chorus; Campbell College; Y.W.A.; Creek 
Pebbles Staff; Eta Pi. 

BENTON, ELSA KERSTIN Goldsboro 

French, A.B. 

BENTON, GLENDA FAYE Seven Springs 

Library Science, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Library Club, Vice President; 
Buccaneer Staff. 

BENTON LORETTA ALLENE Hobbsville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Kappa; Tau Sigma; Fresh- 
man Counselor; F.B.L.A.; House Committee. 

BEST, JOE CEPHUS Goldsboro 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Intramural sports"; P.E. Club. 

BEST, MARY JOHN Mount Olive 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.G.A.; I.D. Chairman; Handbook Chairman; Young 
Democrats Club; N.E.A.; Chi Omega, Assistant Pledge 
Chairman; Secretary of North State Student Legisla- 
ture. 

BETHUNE, BOBBIE ANN Bunnlevel 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, Vice-President; 
Woman's Chorus; W.R.A. Intramurals; Sophomore 
Counselor; Homecoming Sponsor; Phi Beta Chi; Alpha 
Phi, Secretary, President. 

BIGGS, LOIS MARIE Pinetown 

English, B.S. 
Mars Hills College, Slay House Committee, Slay Bas- 
ketball Team. 

BIGGS, PATRICIA ANN Rocky Mount 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.G.A. Secretary of Summer School; Women's Ju- 
diciary; Buccaneer Staff, Business Manager; Presi- 
dent of Fleming Hall; A.C.E. Y.W.C.A. 

BLALOCK, EARL THOMAS Timberlake 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
P. E. Majors Club. 



Raleigh 



BLEDSOE, JUDITH ELLEN 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Aquanymphs; Majorette; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

BLACK, JERRY NELSON Pinehurst 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau; Delta Sigma 
Phi; A.F.R.O.T.C; Arnold Air Society. 





BLINSON, BOBBY R. 

Business, A.: 



BLUE, ELLEN REBECCA 

Elementary Education, B.S, 
A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Library Club; Delta Sigma Ph 



Clayton 
Carthage 



BOONE, MARILYN 

, Primary Education, B.S. 

A.C.E.; N.E.A.; W.R.A.; Alpha Phi. 



BOSTIE, FRANK VERNON 

Social Studies, A.B. 

BOSTIC, MARY SUE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; A.C.E.; N.E.A. 

BOYD, CLAUD MELVIN 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 



BOYD, GALIN RODMAN 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Veterans Club; Young Democrats Club. 



Rich Square 



Pink Hill 
Benson 



Science, B.S. 



BOYD, JACK JR. 

Math Club. 

BRADLEY, ROBERT RICHARD Roanoke Rapids 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Radio Staff; Society for Advance- 
ment of Management. 



BRANSON, SAMUEL SWAIN Thomasville 

Music, B.S. 
Marching Band; Concert Band; Wood\vind Ensemble; 
Phi Mu Alpha; Varsity Band; M.E.N.C; Orchestra. 

BRIGGS, THOMAS WOODROW Cameron 

Business, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management. 



BRINSON, DOROTHY ESTHER 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E. 



Arapahoe 



BROOKS, GENE TERRELL Albem rle 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; S.G.A.; Budget Committee. 

BROTHERTON, MINER K. Greenville 

Science, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; Science Club. 

BROUGHTON, DIANE ELIZABETH Zebulon 

English, B.S. 
Women's Chorus; Sophomore Counselor; English Club; 
N.E.A. 



BROWN, BETTY ANN Williamston 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Historian; F.B.L.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

BROWN, DENCIE KAY Lillington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Campbell College Choir, Mozart Music Club, May 
Court, Chapel Choir; B.S.U. Council Theater "Sister 

Angelica". 



BROWN. ELWOOD RICHARD 

Business, A.B. 



Harrington, Del. 




BROWN, MARY ELLEN Graham 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Dramatics; A.C.E.; Young Democrats Club; Buccaneer 
Staff. 
BROWN, NANCY VIRGINIA Greenville 

Biology, A.B.; B.S. 
House President; S.G.A., Women's Judiciary, Treasurer, 
vice-chairman; Freshman Counselor (Big Sister); East 
Carolinian Staff, College Union Student Board, vice 
president; Kappa Delta Kappa; Chi Omega, secretary, 
vice president: Intersorority council; Science Club; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 

BROWN, NINA LOUISE Robersonville 

Mathematics, B.S. 
N.E.A., Northeastern District President; Math Club; 
Dormitory Officer; English Club; Tau Sigma. 

BROWN, PHILLIP LEROY Nashville 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Campbell Jr. College, Baseball, Monogram Club; Dor- 
mitory Floor Manager. 

BROWN, ROBERT CHARLES Swansboro 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Arnold Air Society; Drill 
Team. 

BRYANT, EVELYN MARIE Pendleton 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Marshal; Y.W.C.A.; Y.D.C., secretary; Alpha Xi Delta; 
Intersorority vice president; Panhellenic Corresponding 
Secretary; President of Wilson Dorm; S.G.A.; Women 
Recreation Association; Treasurer of Cotton Dorm. 

BRYSON, DEE Unaka 

Business, B.S. 
Society for the Advancement of Management, Treas- 
urer. 
BRYSON, EDNA LORETTA Candler 

Business, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Young Women's Christian 
Association. 
BUCK, MARILYNN ANN Vanceboro 

Biology, B.S. 
Science Club; Women's Recreation Association; Young 
Republicans Club; Garrett Social Committee. 

BUFFALOE, WILLIAM BRYANT Garner 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
N.E.A.; Young Democrats Club; Deans List; Campbell 
Jr. College. 
BULLARD, LEONA Lillington 

Business, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Future Business Leaders of Ameri- 
ca; Y.W.C.A. 
BULLARD, NEAL KAY Fayetteville 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Math Club; Mars Hill College. 

BUNTING, MICHAEL LANIER Greensboro 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; S.N.E.A.; Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association; Historical Society. 

BUNTING, PATSY JOAN Oak City 

Education 
N.E.A.; A.C.E. 

BURKETT, LINDA CARROL Woodville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E. 

BURGESS, ANNETTE McDONALD Seaford, Del. 

Social Studies and Public Service 
YM.C.A.; Buccaneer Staff; College Union; Elections 
Committee, Elections Chairman; Homecoming Commit- 
tee; Vice President Wilson Hall, Y.R.C. 

BURGESS, JAMES LYNN Taylorsville 

Art, B.S. 
College Union; Art Club; E.C.C. Playhouse; Buccaneer 
Staff Art Editor, Assistant Art Editor; Elections Com- 
mittee; Homecoming Committee; Jr.-Sr. Decorations 
Chairman. 

BUTLER, MORRIS V. Greenville 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 



BYNUM, CATHERINE WITHERS Raleigh 

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Phi Mu Alpha Sweet- 
heart. 

BYRD, BILLY DALE Buies Creek 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Baseball; Intramural sports; Science Club. 

BYRD, CHARLES H. Mount Olive 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Historical Society; Men's Chorus; Intramurals; Demo- 
crats Club; Y.M.C.A., Corresponding Secretary. 



BYRD, FRANCES ELAINE Bunnlevel 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Campbell College; Homecoming Sponsor; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E.; Alpha Xi Delta. 

BYRD, ROBERT GENTRY Hope Mills 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Campbell College; Physical Education Club; N, 



BYRUM, JOYCE ANNE 

Home Economics, B.S 
Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union. 



A. 
Corapeake 



CALHOUN, DARRELL THOMAS Greenville 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Vice President Men's Day Students; Sigma Nu; A. CO., 
vice President, President, S.G.A. Senior Senator; I.F.C. 
Representative. 

CANADY, CAREY GORDON Lumberton 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

CAPPS, JEAN NARRON Wilson's Mills 

Primary Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian Staff; A.C.E.; College Marshal; Alpha 
Delta Pi, Vice President; Panhellenic Council Repre- 
sentative; W.R.A. College Union Board; Y.W.C.A. 



CAPPS, RONALD EMMETT Rocky Mount 

Industrial Arts and Math, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club. 

CARDY, JAY WADE 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
University of North Carolina; Wilmington Jr. College; 
Kappa Alpha, Doorkeeper and Social Committee. 

CARR, EUGENE BRYAN Godwin 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Campbell College; Future Business Leaders of America. 



Swansboro 



CARRAWAY, EDWARD EARL Newport 

Music and French, A.B. 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Chapel Organist; Chapel 
Choir; College Choir; S.G.O. Musicals; Phi Mu Alpha 
Secretary. 



CARRAWAY, MARTHA B. 

Grammar Education, B 
Association of Childhood Education. 



Snow Hill 



Raleigh 



CARROLL, THOMAS BURGESS 

Social Studies and Welfare 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Swimming Team; Adquatics 
Club; Young Democrats Club; Varsity Club. 



CARTER, ANITA ELIZABETH Raleigh 

Psychology and Business, A.B. 
Peace College; Young Women's Christian Association; 
Psychology Club; Young Democrats Club. 

CAUSBY, JOYCE BRANCH Pactolus 

Primary Education, B.S. 

CHAMBERS, PEGGY ANN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Student Counselor in Slay Hall; Treasurer 
Garrett Hall; N.E.A.; Summer School Judiciary; W. 
R.A.: Methodist Student Center; Y.M.C.A. 



High Point 





CHANDLER, NANCY JANE Burlington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Delta Zeta. Chaplain and Parliamentarian; A.C.E.; Col- 
lege Marshal; "East Carolinian staff"; Ragsdale dorm 
secretary; College Union Board; Woman's Chorus; 
S.G.A. Budget Committee; Delta Zeta Homecoming 
Sponsor; Delta Zeta candidate for BUCCANEER 
Queen. 

CHAUNCEY, ALVA L. Greenville 

Business, B.S. 
F.B.L.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Pi Omega Pi; Assistant Historian 
and Assistant Treasurer. 



CHERRY EMILY CURRIN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; East Carolinian Staff. 



Franklington 



CHRISTIE, VOLNEY LAVERNE Kannapolis 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Nu, Reporter, Secretary; I.F.C.; Arnold Air 
Society; AFROTC. 

CHURCH, ROBERT L. Greenville 

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Social chairman. 

CHURCHILL, MACK W. Greenville 

Geography and Science, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 



CLEMENTO, STEVEN LYNN Raleigh 

Music, B.S. 
Orchestra; Marching Band; Concert Band; M.E.N.C; 
Wind Ensemble; Brass Choir. 

CLIFTON, NANCY JANE Whiteville 

Math, B.S. 
Math Club. 

CLIFTON, NANCY LUCILLE Faison 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; A.C.E. 



COBB, HOY JEFFERSON, JR. Rocky Mount 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Lutheran Student Association; East Carolina Histori- 
cal Society; Young Democrats Club. 

COCKRELL, WALLACE EDWARD Falls Church, Va. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Intramural Council, Vice President; Baseball, Captain; 
Monogram Club. 

COLE, ROBERT ERNEST Wilson 

Science, B.S. 



COLEY, IDA REBECCA Rocky Mount 

Business, B.S. 
FBLA; Chairman of Student Counselors in Cotton Hall; 
Phi Beta Chi, Parliamentarian; Women's Judiciary, 
Treas.; Alpha Phi, Recording Secretary; Secretary of 
East Garrett; House Committee of Garrett Hall; In- 
augeration Hostess; WRA. 



COLTRANE, GEORGE SOLOMON 

Biology, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Golf Team. 

CONKLIN, CHARLES BANKS 

Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Kernersville 



Greenville 



CONLEY, DONALD EDGAR 

Business, A.B. 
Pi Kappa; Interfraternity Council, Representative, 
Vice President, President; SGA, Day Student Commit- 
tee, Golf Team, Young Democrats Club, WHO'S WHO 
IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

COOLEY, EVELYN MARIE Apex 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E. ; N.E.A.; Treasurer of Wilson Dorm; Garrett 
House Committee; B.S.U. 

COOPER, BRUCE ARTHUR New Castle, Del. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi; FBLA; "Annie Get Your Gun". 



COOPER, INGRID JONASSEN Charlotte 

Business, B.S. 
Westminister Fellowship; "Messiah"; Chapel Choir; 
College Union Board; Future Business Leaders of 
America; Mars Hill College; Queens College. 
CORIOLANO, ALICE G. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Art, A.B. 
Aquanymphs; College Union Student Board; Aquatics 
Club; Westminster Fellowship; Math Club; Art Club; 
East Carolina Playhouse; T.V. Guild, Secretary; W.W. 
W.S. Radio; Sigma Pi Alpha, vice president; Home- 
coming Sponsor; S.G.A. Musical; Homecoming Com- 
mittee; East Carolinian. 
COULBOURN, LUCILLE CHEATHAM Windsor 

Art and English, A.B. 
Delta Chi Delta; W.W.W.S. Radio, Art Club; Sigma 
Phi Alpha, Vice President; Alpha Xi Delta; East Car- 
olinian Staff; President of Alpha Xi Delta. 
COWAN, JAMES ALTON Williamston 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; English Club; Y.M.C.A.; F.W.B. 
Fellowship; Phi Sigma Pi; Buccaneer Staff. 
COX, NANCY MARGARET Smithfield 

Intermediate Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian Staff; Baptist Student Union; Associ- 
ation for Childhood Education; Dorm House Committee; 
Treasurer of Senior Class; Social Chairman of Garrett 
Hall; Alpha Delta Pi; Scholarship Chairman. 
CRANFORD, LINDA DIAN Asheboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Wingate Jr. College; Masque and Wig; Y.W.A.; Win- 
gate Choir; Baptist Student Union; East Carolinian 
Staff; A.C.E.: Y.W.C.A.: Methodist Student Union. 
CRAWLEY, DORIS ANNE Jamesville 

Music Education, B.S. 
Chapel Choir; College Choir; M.E.N.C. 
CRAWLEY, GEORGE EDWARD, JR. Wilson 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 
CROSS, DAVID SHEPHERD Elizabethtown 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 
CROUCH, REBEKAH ELLEN Drakes Beanch, Va. 

Music, B.S. 
East Carolina Orchestra; Marching Band; Sigma Al- 
pha Iota; Freshman One-Act Play; Brass Choir; 
Freshman Dorm Counselor; Pi Kappa; Secretary-Treas- 
urer Wilson Dorm (Summer Session) Marshal; N.E. 
N.C. S.A.I., 2nd Vice President; Alpha Delta Pi; Col- 
lege Musical. 
CRUMPLER, KATHRYN ANN Goldsboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian Staff; A.C.E.; Alpha Phi, Social 
Chairman; Jarvis Hall Homecoming Sponsor; Delta 
Sigma Pi Homecoming Sponsor; 61st AFROTC Squad- 
ron Sponsor; Alpha Pi Homecoming Sponsor; Senior 
Class Secretary. 
CRUTCHFIELD, EVELYN BLYTHE Winston-Salem 

Grammar Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Vice President of Cotton Hall, East Carolinian; Y.W. 
C.A.; Kappa Delta, Secretary and Assistant Treas- 
urer; President of Jarvis Hall; S.G.A. ; Dean's Ad- 
visory Council; Women's Judiciary, Chairman; A. B. 
Andrew Scholarship "Most Outstanding Senior Wo- 
man"; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES. 
CUTLER, HANNAH BOONE Washington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Library Club; Canterbury Club; Certificate in Library 
Science. 
DANIEL, FREDERICK EUGENE Spring Hope 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha, Parliamentarian, President; Y.D.C.; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; Inter 
Fraternity Council. 
DANIELS, JEAN H. Jamesville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
DARDEN, ANN GREY Williamston 

Music, B.S. 
College Musicals; College Choir, accompanist; Opera 
Theater President; Sigma Alpha Iota, Chaplain; M.E. 
N.C; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 
DAUGHERTY, CAROLYN HOPE Dover 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Y.M.C.A. 
DAUGHERTY, ROGER M. Greenville 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club; American In- 
dustrial Arts Association. 





DAVENPORT, DORIS ELIZABETH Greenville 

Business, B.S. 
St. Mary's College; Alpha Delta Pi; Math Club; FBLA. 



DAVIS, ALBERT L. 

Business, B.S. 



DAVIS, ELIZABETH ANN 

English, B.S. 
Library Club, Secretary-Treasurer; English Club 



Wilson 
Lucama 



DAVIS, LINDA LEIGH Sanford 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Mars Hill College. 

DAVIS, MARTHA ANN Clayton 

Art, A.B. 
College Singers; Newman Club; Art Club; Woman's 
Chorus; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Charter Member; AF 
ROTC, Sponsor; Angel Flight, Treasurer; Buccaneer 
Staff; Dramatics Club. 

DAVIS, ROBERT WAYNE Warsaw 

Business, B.S. 
Football; Sigma Rho Phi, Varsity Club. 



DAVIDSON, GEORGE RUSSELL Milton, Del. 

Business, B.S. 
SGA Musical; College Choir. 

De BRUHL, JIMMY LEE Tarboro 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 

DIXON, DIRK STANCILL Greenville 

Science, A.B. 
Science Club; Chi Beta Phi, Pres; Phi Sigma Pi. 



DIXON, PEGGY JEAN Greenville 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Homecoming Sponsor. 

DOBSON, JERRY A. Beulaville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
FBLA; Woman's Chorus; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A. 

DOBSON, JOHN THOMAS Greenville 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi, President; Historical Society; WHO'S 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER- 
SITIES. 



DOBSON, M. LEIGH ] 

English, B.S. 
ECC Playhouse; Canterbury Club. 

DUDLEY ERNEST NELSON Gr 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club, Vice President; Art editor of Rebel. 



DUNCAN, THOMAS SHERRILL 
Business, A.B. 
FBLA; Campbell College. 



Angler 




DUNLOW, MANLY WHITE Windsor 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; American Industrial Arts As- 
sociation, Alpha Delta Tau; N.E.A. 

DUNN, BETTIE JEAN Henderson 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.: Wilson Hall House Council. 

DuPONT, DORIS CLAIRE Plant City, Fla. 



Primary Education, B.S. 



m 




EDMONDSON, CARLTON RAY 
Business, A.B. 

EDMONDSON, SYLVIA NELSON 

English, B.S. 
English Club. 



Scotland Neck 
Stokes 

Greenville 



EDWARDS, ALICE LEOTA 

Math, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Pledge Trainer, Math Club, Alternate 
Cheerleader. 



EDWARDS, BETTE JOANNE Ayden 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Tau Sig- 
ma, Historian and Reporter; East Carolinian Staff. 

EDWARDS, MARY JANICE Smithfield 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
P.E. Club, Program Chairman, Treasurer; Aqua- 
nvmphs; NEA: WRA, Program Chairman, Vice Pres- 
ident, President; Basketball Club, WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

EDWARDS, PAUL DARVIN Fayetteville 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 



EGERTON, RICHARD THOMAS 
Business, A.B. 
FBLA; Veteran's Club. 



Rocky Mount 



EGGLESTON, HUBERT NEAL 

Business, B.S. 
Chowan Junior College; Wilmington College; YDC; 
WWWS-TV; Delta Sigma Pi, Historian, Homecoming 
Chairman, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

EIDSON, BARBARA ANN Timberlake 

Business, B.S. 
FBLA, historian, reporter, Alpha Phi, Corresponding 
Secretary; College Union Board. 



ELLER, FRANCES LOUISE Greenville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Westminster Fellowship. 

ELLIOTT, MARGARET JOAN Chadbourn 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; secretary, membership chairman; Wesley Foun- 
dation, Council; Tau Sigma; Parliamentarian, Woman's 
Chorus, N.E.A., Delegate to international convention 
of A.C.E. 



ELLIS, DORIS JEAN 

Business, A.' 



Faison 



Tarboro 



ELLIS, JESSIE CALPHURNIA 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Wilson Dorm House Council; 
YWCA. 

ELLIS, JOHNNIE MELVIN Clayton 

Business, B.S. 
Campbell College, FBLA, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

EVANS, VIRGINIA ANN Greenville 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; English Club; Sigma Pi 
Alpha. 



EVERETTE, JULIA EVANS Delco 

English and Social Science, B.S. 
English Club; Student NEA. 

EZELL, MELVIN HASKELL Charlotte 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
P.E. Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Mars Hill College. 

FANSLER, JANET ROSELMA Winston-Salem 

Primary Education, B.S. 
FBLA; YWCA; ACE; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



FARMER, PATRICIA CAROLE Butiier 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Delegate to Mock United Nations Assembly; Freshman 
Counselor; Historical Society, Secretary; East Carolin- 
ian Staff, Feature Writer, Columnist; YDC; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Philanthropic Chairman, News Reporter; 
Rebel Staff, Book Review Editor, Danforth Committee; 
SGA; News Bureau, Points Committee Chairman; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 



FELTON, JONATHAN KERR 

Business, A.: 
Delta Sigma Pi, secretary. 



Macclesfield 



Concord 



FINK, LARRY LEE 

Social Studies and Psychology, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramural Football, Basketball, 
and Baseball; Mars Hill Junior College. 

FINNEGAN, JEANETTE GRAY Virginia Beach, Va. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Junior Class Secretary; Young Democrats Club; Alpha 
Delta Phi; Senior Class Senator; President of Pan- 
hellenic Council; College Marshal. 

FINNEGAN, WILLIAM P. Virginia Beach, Va. 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
Track; SGA, Vice Chairman of External Affairs; 
President of pledge class. Lambda Chi Alpha, House 
Manager; P. E. Majors Club; IFC Representative. 



FIPPS, KELLUM GRANT 

Math and Science, B.S. 
Appalachian State Teacher's College. 



FITZGERALD, PATRICIA MAE 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
FBLA; Buccaneer Staff; HSU. 

FLEMING, MATTIE LOU 

Business, B.S. 

FLOWERS, MARY HELEN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; ACE. 



Clarendon 

Selma 

Greenville 
Rockingham 



Richmond, Va. 



FLYNN, DOROTHY MAY 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir; College Singers; Musical; MENC, Sec- 
retary; YWCA, Cabinet; Baptist Student Union Coun- 
cil; Alpha Phi; Dorm Council.. 

FORBES, JEAN HORTON Wake Forest 

Spanish and English, B.S. 
East Carolinian Staff; Freshman counselor for Slay 
Dorm; Student NEA; Delta Chi Delta; BSU. 

FORBIS, JOHN W. Greensboro 

Social Studies and Psychology, A.B. 
Swimming Team; Sigma Nu; Playhouse. 



FOSCUE, DALLAS HAYES Kingston 

Psychology, A.B. 
Circle K; Alpha Pi Omega; Varsity Tennis; Manager 
for Football Team. 



FOSTER, MARY ANN 

English and Social Studies, 
Student NEA; Tau Sigma, President. 



Henderson 



Raleigh 



FOUNTAIN, THEODORE KING, JR. 

Music, B.S. 

Phi Mu Alpha; College Choir, Phi Sigma Pi; College 
Orchestra; Westminster; YWCA; Varsity Band. 



FREEMAN, SYLVIA ANN Washington 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Majorette; Tau Sigma; Desciple Student Fellowship, 
President; Inter-Religious Council; Home economics 
club; Varsity Band; Buccaneer staff. 

FULLER, DALLAS T. Henderson 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
FBLA; SAM; Baptist Student Council. 

GAINES, JOHN ALEXANDER, JR. Sanford 

Science and Social Studies, A.B. 
Campbell College; Kagpa Alpha. 




GARNET, ERNEST LOUIS Newport 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Secretary of 
the Veterans Club. 

GARDNER, MARY ELIZABETH New Bern 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Averett College; Young Democrats Club; Alpha Delta 
Pi; Cheerleader; Kappa Alpha Rose, A.C.E.; N.C.E.A. 

GASKILL, ELMO JR. Atlantic 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Chowan College; P.E. Club; Young Democrats Club; 
M.M.C.A.; Veterans Club; Sigma Epsilon, Charter 
Member, Secretary; I:F:C: Representative; Intra- 
murals. 



GAY, NATHAN HENRY Gaston 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Physical Ed. Club; Intramural 
Sports. 



Clayton 



GAY, SHIRLEY ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; East Carolinian Staff; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Greater Council. 

GAYLORD, SARAH REASON Jamesville 

Primary Education, B.S. 



GEUATTNEY, AMY SUE New Bern 

Science, A.B. 
Y.W.C.A.; Science Club; Campus Radio; Delta Zeta, 
treasurer; T.V. Guild. 

GIBBS, PAUL HARVEY Glen Alpine 

Biology and Science, B.S. 
Vice Chairman Men's Judiciary; WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



GIDEONS, EDGAR ALLEN JR. 

Math and Physics, B.S. 
Math Club. 



GILDEN, MYRTLE KAY 

Primary Education, B.S. 



Willard 



Grandy 
Bullock 



GILL, HORACE THOMAS 

Physical Education and Math, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Math Club; Physical Education Club. 

GILLIKIN, JOHN GURARD Aurora 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramural Sports; Basketball. 



GILLIS, ROYCE ALDWIN Roxboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Club; N.C.A.H.P.E.R. 

GINN, KENNETH EARL Greenville 

Music, B.S. 
College Band; College Choir; Orchestra; Singers; M.E. 
N.C.; Opera Workshop; College Musicals; Phi Mu 
Alpha; Music Director. 

GILLON, LUTHER WILSON Kannapolis 

Music, B.S. 
Concert Band; Marching Band; '"Collegians" band lead- 
er; Phi Mu Alpha; Orchestra President; Musical Orch- 
estra; Wind Ensemble; Honor Recital. 



GLENN, DONALD EDWIN 

Business, A.B. 
Campbell College; Intramural Sports 

GODLEY, ELLA MAE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; A.C.E. 



Delta Sigma Pi. 
Bath 



GODLEY, MARTHA CAMPBELL Washington 

Mathematics and English, B.S. and A.B. 





GODSEY, PATTY LEE Roanoke, Va. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Graduate" of Averett Jr. College; Slay Dorm Repre- 
sentative to W.R.A.; P.E. Club, Secretary; President 
of Garrett Dorm (West Wing); Kappa Delta; Member 
Women's Judiciary; S.G.A.; WHO'S WHO IN AMERI- 
CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

GODWIN, PEGGY GOLDIE Lillington 

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; Secretary of Y.W.C.A.; House Committee of 
Garrett; A.C.E. 



GOODHEART, JOHN TYLER 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club. 



Baltimore, Md. 



GOODWIN, PAUL BEALE Portsmouth, Va. 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 

GORDON, CHARLES BRANTLEY Clayton 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football, co-captain; Kappa Alpha; Varsity Club; 
Vice President of Senior Class; WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

GORDON, THELIS RICHARDSON Elizabeth City 

Primary Education, B.S. 



GORNTO, ROSE MARIE Wilmington 

Art, B.S. 
East Carolina Marching Band; Concert Band; Varsity 
Band; Orchestra; Art Club; Delta Phi Delta, President; 
East Carolina Playhouse, Historian; S.G.A. Production 
Committee; Student N.E.A.; WHO'S WHO IN AMERI- 
CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

GRAWES, NANCY LEE Snow Camp 

Art and English, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Art Club; Buccaneer Staff; Delta 
Phi Delta, Treasurer; Baptist Student Union; W.R.A. 
Representative, Basketball Club. 

GRAULEY, JAMES HOYLE Greenville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 



GRAY, CARLTON WOODROW 
Science, B.S. 



Hamlet 



GRAY, JAMES DOUGLAS 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Sigmu Nu, Chaplain; Young Democrats Club; English 
Club. 



GRAY, SMITH FENTON 

Business Administration, A.] 
Young Democrats Club. 



Franklin, Va. 



GRAYIEL, FRANK EDWARD Tarboro 

Business Administration, A.B. 
WWWS Radio, Business Manager, Station Manager; 
Future Business Leaders of America; Advanced AF 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society, Commander. 

GRESHAM, GERALDINE F. Raleigh 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Campbell College; Wake Forest College; A.C.E. ; N.E.A. 

GRICE, KATIE REBA Goldsboro 

English and Business, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; English Club. 



GRIFFIN, CAROLYN ANN Louisburg 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; Buccaneer Staff; Young Democrats Club; 
Wilson Hall House Council. 

GRIFFIN, JENNY PERRY Williamston 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; N.E.A. ; Y.W.C. 
A.; Chapel Choir. 

GRIFFIN, JOHN WEBB Edenton 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
P.E. Club; President of Jones Dorm; Veterans Club. 




GRIFFIN, ROBERT CURTIS Tarboro 

Geography, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; Young Democrats Club; Mutual 
Improvement Association; Young Men's Christian As- 
sociation; Psychology Club. 

GURGANUS, CECIL RAY Greenville 

Science, A.B. 
Student Affiliate A.C.S. 

GURTNER, RAYMOND EMIL, JR. Durham 

Business, B.S. 
Freshman Basketball; Kappa Alpha Order, Historian, 
Secretary; I.F.C., Secretary; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 



GUTHRIE, JOAN KAY New Bern 

Primary Education, B.S. 

GUY, LEONARD STEELE Calypso 

Science, B.S. 
Theta Chi, President; Deans Advisory Council; Young 
Democrats Club; Science Club. 

GWYNN, NANCY OWEN Henderson 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Pi Kappa; Alpha Delta Pi, Presi- 
dent; W.R.A.; A.C.E.; N.E.A.; Homecoming Sponsor; 
Deans Advisory Board; Dormitory Hostess; Delegate 
to Sorority Convention. 



Greenville 
Grimesland 



HADDOCK, ELBERT GLENN 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 

HADDOCK, JUNE SMITH 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 

HADLTY, SARA LAMARR 

Music, B.S. 
M.E.N.C; Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band. 



HAISLIP, GEORGE SMITH, JR. Hamilton 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order; Wesley Players, President; Math 
Club; Wesley Foundation. 

HAISLIP, JEAN SIMMONS Bethel 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer; Wesley Players, Secretary; 
Wesley Foundation; Fleming Hall Vice President; Math 
Club, Social Chairman; Pi Kappa; W.R.A. 



HALL, DIXON STUART 

Business, B.S. 
Wesley Foundation, Vice President. 



Fayetteville 



Wilmington 



HALL, GROVER THURMAN III 
Science, B.S. 

Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi, Historian, Librarian; March- 
ing Band; Concert Band; I.F.C. Representative; Wes- 
ley Foundation. 



Watha 



HALL, JAMES MALCOLM, JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Basketball. 

HALL, JAMES OWEN 

Social Studies, A.B. 
U.E.A.; Y.D.C. 



HAMILTON, WILLIAM LEON, JR. Raleigh 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, National PIKA Convention; I.F.C. 
Representative, Social Chairman; Young Democrats 
Club; The Buccaneer Staff. 

HAMMOND, NANCY JANE Linden 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Wingate College; Buccaneer Staff; N.E.A.; A.C.E. 

HANNON, CATHERINE LOUISA Henderson 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Campbell College; Concert Band. 




HARDEE, JAMES ASHLEY Enfield 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Social Chairman, Efficiency Chair- 
man; Intramural Sports; FBLA; Campbell College. 

HARGETT, MELBA-JEAN DAVIS New Bern 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Social Chairman of the Angel Flight. 

HARMON, RAMON A. Ahoskie 

Business Ed., A.B. 



HARRELL, JAMES PATRICK Hertford 

Physical Education, Science, B.S. 
P.E. Club, President; Theta Chi; Intramurals. 

HARRELL, ROBERT LAYTON Clinton 

Business, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; Inter Fra- 
ternity Council, KA Representative. 

HARRINGTON, RUSSELL NORFLEET Rich Square 

Business, B.S. 
Chapel Choir; Veterans Club; Y.D.C. 



HARRIS, GERALD DOUGLAS Bayboro 

Business, B.S. 

HARRIS, JACQUELINE A. Columbia 

Primary Education, B.S. 
House Committee, Cotton; Women's Judiciary, Summer 
School; B.T.U., Executive Council; A.C.E.; Homecom- 
ing Chairman, 1st Vice President; East Carolinian, 
Circulation Staff; Opera Workshop; Woman's Chorus; 
Woman's Recreation Association; Student National Ed- 
ucation Association; College Marshal; Y.W.C.A.; Fresh- 
man Counselor. 

HARRIS, JANNIE CATHERINE Wilson 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian; B.S.U.; Student Counselor, Slay Hall; 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Tau Sigma. 

HARRIS, PATRICIA SHEARON Bethel 

Business, A.B. 
FBLA; YDC; Woman's Chorus. 

HARRISON, BOBBY HOLTON LaGrange 

Business, B.S. 
Free Will Baptist Fellowship; FBLA; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Veterans Club. 



HARRISON, WILLIAM ALTON 
Chemistry, A. 
American Chemical Society. 



Williamston 



Kinston 
.S. 



HARPER, WILLIAM BLACKLEDGE 

Physical Education and Social Studies, 
P.E. Majors Club. 

HART, JUDITH ARLENE 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
English Club; YWCA; A.C.E. 

HARVEY, DAVID LEE 

Business, B.S. 
AFROTC; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer. 



HARVEY, PATRICIA ANN Thomasville 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
East Carolinian, associate editor, managing ed- 
itor, summer school editor; East Carolina Playhouse, 
Publicity Director, treasurer; SGA Reporter; Buc- 
caneer; Intramural; Dorm homecoming chairman; Pub- 
lications Board. 

HASTY, WILLIE JOE, JR. Roanoke Rapids 

Business, A.B. 
FBLA; Society for the Advancement of Management. 

HAYES, PEGGY JOYCE Clinton 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.: N.E.A. 



HEATH, CATHERINE LINDA Kinston 

Business, B.S. 

HEATH, THOMAS ERIC Randleman 

French and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha. 

HEMBY, DOUGLAS Jacksonville 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; YMCA; Campbell College; Stu- 
dent NEA. 



HENDRIX, JAMES ROBERT Tyner 

Social Studies and Physical Education, B.S. 
P.E. Majors Club. 

HENDRIX, JON RONALD Fayetteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 

HENRY, RONALD LEWIS Kinston 

Business, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management, Vice-Presi- 
dent, President, Executive Council. 



HERRING, MABEL KAY Mount Olive 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
ACE, SNEA, YWCA, BSU, Buccaneer Staff. 

HERRING, TRAVIS LLOYD Seven Springs 

Math and Science, A.B. 
N.C. State College; Math Club; Phi Sigma Pi, WWWS 
Radio. 

HIGHSMITH, REBECCA ANN Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
SNEA, Secretary, Treasurer; Alpha Omicron Pi, Sec- 
retary, ISC. 



HILDRETH, JULIUS HENRY 
Business, A. 



HILL, MARILYN BETSY 

Home Economics, B.S. 



Deep Run 



Kinston 



HILL, MARY REBECCA 

Science and Math, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi, Secretary; Science Club; Math Club; 
YRC, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 



HINTON, CAROLYN JANE Zebulon 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir; BSU; Sigma Alpha Iota; Woman's 
Chorus; Chapel Choir; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

HODGES, NORFLEET DANIEL Washington 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 

HODGSON, RICHARD LEWIS Newark, Del. 

Social Studies, B.S. 



HOFLER, GLORIA ANN Hobbsville 

Business, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Secretary, Historian, 
Senator; Chi Omega, President, Pledge Trainer; Home- 
coming Sponsor; Buccaneer Queen Candidate; SGA 
Budget Committee, Executive Council Tau Sigma; 
YDC, Executive Council; Panhellenic Council, , Secre- 
tary, FBLA, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

HOLDER, RUTH CAROLYN Blowing Rock 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Home Economics Club. 

HOLT, DELORESS ANN Graham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
May Day Attendant, WRA Representative, Lambda 
Tau, Historian; Delta Zeta, Historian, Vice President: 
Freshmpn Play, East Carolinian Staff, College Marshal. 




HOLT, SHIRLEY JEAN Burlington 

Business, B.S. 
F.B.L.A.; East Carolinian Staff; Y.M.C.A.; Student 
Counselor; Orientation Assistant; S.G.A. External Af- 
fairs Committee; N.E.A.; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Record- 
ing Secretary, Founders Day Chairman. 

HOOKS, JO ANN Portsmouth, Va. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; W.R.A.; Student Counselor; N.E.A.; Bap- 
tist Student Union; Y.W.C.A.; English Club. 

HORTON, HARRIETT ELIZABETH Rocky Mount 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Fleming House Committee, Fleming Vice Pres- 
ident; S.N.E.A.; Baptist Student Union, Greater Coun- 
cil; Y.W.C.A. 



HOUSTON, SALLY JO KENNEDY Beulaville 

Business, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Future Business Leaders of 
America; East Carolinian Staff. 

HUDSON, JOEL BLANNEY Clinton 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Campbell College; Future Business Leaders of America. 

HUDSON, SAMUEL PALMER Dunn 

Science and Psychology, B.S.; A.B. 
President of Psychology Club; Science Club; Young 
Democrats Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



HUFFINES, JAMES MAYNARD 
Business, A.B. 



Brown Summit 



Shannon 



HUMPHREY, CARLYLE PAUL 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Theta Chi; I.F.C. Representative, Secretary; Secretary 
of Men's Judiciary; Circulation Manager of East Car- 
olinian Staff; Campbell College. 



HUMPHREY, RICHARD LOUIS 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 



HUMPHREYS, ROBERT H. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Veterans Club. 



Kinston 



Roxboro 



HUMPHRIES, CHARLOTTE ANN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
W.R.A.; Student Counselor; Woman's Chorus; Home 
Economics Club; Dormitory Hostess, House Committee; 
Panhellenic Representative; Recording Secretary; Al- 
pha Phi; Baptist Union. 



HURST, DARRELL WAYNE 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Sigma Nu. 



Ayden 



HUTCHENS, ROBERT LEWIS Sanford 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Sigma Rho Phi. 

INMAN, PATRICIA ANN Lumberton 

Science and Math, B.S. 
Math Club; Chi Beta Phi; King Youth Fellowship; 
Science Club. 

IPOCK, GEORGE THOMAS, JR. Greenville 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Commander Air Force R.O.T.C; President Basic AF 
ROTC Club; Industrial Arts Club. 



JACKSON, ANNE PHELPS Beulaville 

Elementary Education and Grammar, B.S. 

JACKSON, BILLY PAT Greenville 

Business Education, B.S. 
Campbell Junior College. 

JACKSON, CONSTANCE BRITT Pine Level 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Science Club; Y.W.C.A., Cabi- 
net Member; Tau Sigma; Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 





JACKSON, THOMAS T. Godwin 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman; East Carolinian, 
Editor; SGA; Phi Kappa Alpha; Y. D. C; Y. M. C. A.; 
Publications Board; IFC; Dean's Advisory Council; 
Associated Collegiate Press Association Conference 
Representative; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



JACKSON, WESLEY FRANKLIN 

Social Studies and English, B.S 



JAMISON, JAMES V. 

Accounting, A. 



Durham 
Harve De Grace, Md. 



JENKINS, JOYCE FAYE Greenville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
English Club. 

JENKINS, PAUL DEWEY Newport 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
The Society for the Advancement of Management, Sec. 

JENSON, RUDD LEE Portsmouth, Va. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Vice President; WWWS 
Radio, Station Manager; WWWS-TV, Vice President; 
Physical Education Majors Club. 

JERNIGAN, GLENN REGINALD Charlotte 

Social Studies and Economics - Public Service, A.B. 
Sanford for Governor Campus Manager; Y.D.C. Vice 
President; N.E.A.; State-wide Manager Studf its for 
Kennedy; Campbell College, Sophomore Clas . Presi- 
dent; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 

JERNIGAN, JUDITH FAYE Dunn 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Free Will Baptist Fellow- 
ship Secretary, President; Chapel Choir; Women's 
Chorus. 



JOHNSON, BERKLIN LEON 

Business, A.B. 



Lillington 



Weaverill 



JOHNSON, ELIZABETH ANN 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer; F. B. L. A.; English Club; 
S.N.E.A. 

JOHNSON, EVELYN CAROLINE Clinton 

Grammar Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Tau Sigma, Social Chairman; S.N.E.A., Vice President; 
Kappa Delta, A.C.E.; Library Club; Y.W.C.A.; 
Psychology Club; Y.D.C. 

JOHNSON, GARLAND FRANCIS Fayetteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 

JOHNSON, GLENDA ELLEN Four Oaks 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
B.S.U.; A.C.E.; N.E.A.; Delta Sigma Chi; Math Club; 
Y.R.C. 

JOHNSON, JOYCE EVELYN Angler 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
English Club, Wilson Hall House Council; S.N.E.A. 

JOHNSON, TED Fayetteville 

Social Studies and Library Science, B.S. 
F.B.L.A.; Sophomore Class President; S.G.A.; Phi 
Gamma Pi; Elections Committee; Theta Chi. 

JOLLY, JUDITH REED Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Miss Ragsdale; AFROTC Sponsor; May Court; Fresh- 
man Counselor; Cheerleader; Women's Judiciary, 
Treasurer; Marshal; Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chair- 
man; A.C.E.; Lambda Chi Alpha Homecoming Spon- 
sor; Y.W.C.A. 
JONES, BARBARA JEAN Garner 

Business Education, B.S. 
Freshman Class Secretary; Freshman Play; College 
Union Board; F.B.L.A.; Delta Zeta, Secretary; Home- 
coming Sponsor; S.G.A., Secretary; Miss Greenville 
Contestant; S.G.A., Budget Committee, Executive 
Committee; Garrett Dorm. Homecoming Sponsor. 

JONES, CHARLES CLIFTON Trenton 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President. 



JONES, CONSTANCE GERALDINE Snow Hill 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Freshman Counselor; Phi Omi- 
cron. Vice President, Valentine Representative, Home- 
coming Sponsor. 
JONES, NAN HARRISON Snow Hill 

Primary Education, B.S. 
JONES, NANCY LOUISE Raleigh 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Sigma Sigma Sigma; S.N.E.A. 

JONES, RAY EDWARD Statesville 

Math and Science, A.B. 
North Carolina State College; S.G.A.; Math Club; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian, I.F.C. Representative, 
News Reporter. 
JONES, RIDDICK MERL Gatesville 

Math and Social Studies, B.S. 

JOYNER, ALLAN RAY New Bern 

Business, and Social Studies, B.S. 



JOYNER, JACQUELINE 

Primary Education, B. S. 
Association for Childhood Education. 



Lewiston 



Zebulon 



JOYNER, JEAN HELEN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Vice President, 
President; Baptist Student Union, Greater Council, 
Executive Council; Freshman Counselor. 



JOYNER, LENA BRITT 

Home Economics, 
Home Economics Club. 



Four Oaks 



KATSIAS, MIKE Virginia Beach, Va. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
S.G.A., Student Body President, News Reporter, Points 
Committee Chairman, National Student Association 
Co-ordinator, Executive Committee Chairman, Ad- 
visory Council; I.F.C, Treasurer, Representative, Rush 
Committee Chairman, Judicial Committee; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, President, Vice President, House Corpora- 
tion Director, Pledge, Social, Rush Committees, Alpha 
Phi Omega, Social Chairman, Pledge Committee; Col- 
lege Union, Social Chairman Committee, Parliamen- 
tarian, Conference Delegatej Young Democrats Club; 
East Carolinian Columnist, Sports, Administration 
News; Buccaneer Assistant Sports Editor, Copy writer; 
Varsity Tennis; YMCA, Program Chairman, Cabinet 
Member; Canterbury Club; East Carolina Playhouse, 
Publicity Director; Dean's Advisory Council; State 
Student Legislature, Senate President, Interim Coun- 
cil Member, ECC Representative; National Student 
Association, Freshman Orientation Seminar Chairman, 
SGA President's Conference, National Student Con- 
gress Delegate; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

KEE, JAMES KELLY Belmont 

Business, A.B. 



KEEL, BETSY JEAN 

Grammar Education, 
A.C.E.; Tau Sigma; S.N.E.A. 



Everetts 



Robersonville 
S. 



KEEL, CALVIN RAY 

Social Studies and Welfare, 
KEETER, JAMIE LEXTON Winterville 

Industrial Arts and Science, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; American Industrial Arts Asso- 
ciation; Alpha Delta Tau. 

KELLENBERGER, GEORGE ALLEN 

Charleston, W. Va. 
Business, A.B. 
Oak Ridge Military Institute; Westminster Fellow- 
ship; AFROTC. 

KELLER, DONALD EDWARD Cape May, N. J. 

Business, B. S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member, Assistant Comp- 
troller. 
KELLIHAN, ANNIE GREY Cerro Gordo 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Library Club, Officer; N.E.A.; 
Association for Childhood Education; Y.W.C.A. 
KELLUM, BETH Hubert 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Buccaneer Staff; Treasurer of Woman's Hall. 




KELLY, BARBARA ANN Raleigh 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors' Club; W.R.A.; Alpha Phi; 
Director of Women's Intramurals; Officials Club. 
KENNERLY, NANCY CAROLE Greenville 

Primary Education, B. S. 
Mitchell Junior College. 

KILPATRICK, KENlSTETH KARL Hendersonville 

Business, B.S. 
Buccaneer, Assistant Editor, Editor; Delta Sigma Pi, 
Vice President; S.G.A., Member- At-Large; Publications 
Board; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



KING, ANNE OVERTON 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Wilson Hall House Council; Delta Zeta. 



Turkey 



Wilmingto 



KING, CHARLES RICHARD 

Psychology, A.B. 
Psychology Club; W.F. Center, Public Relations Di 
rector. 



KING, HOWARD HOLTON 

Industrial Arts, B. S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Greenville 



Laurinburg 



KINSEY, NANCY CAROL 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Chi; Alpha Phi; F.B.L.A., College Union 
Board. 
KNIGHT, LELAND QUINN Washington, D. C. 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
College Choir; "Annie Get Your Gun"; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Wesley Club; Veterans Club; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Emmanuel Junior College. 
KOPP, WILLIAM A., JR. Bolivia 

Social Studies and Public Service 
S.N.E.A.; Historical Society; Young Republicans Club, 
Chairman; Wilmington Junior College. 

KORNEGAY, ROBERT HUGH, JR. Richlands 

Music,B .S. 
Phi Mu Alpha, Warden; S.G.A. Productions, Co-Chair- 
man; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Music Education Club; M.E. 
N.C.; Band; Choir; "Messiah"; 6pera. 

LAMM, BILLIE Castalia 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
B.S.U.; N.E.A.; Sigma Pi Alpha. 
LANCASTER, EDWARD EARLE Vanceboro 

Art, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Secretary, Vice President; Delta Phi 
Delta, Historian; Art Club, Vice President, President; 
Wesley Players, Vice President; T.V. Guild, Publicity 
Chairman; Westminster Fellovifship; Children's Play; 
College Choir; Chapel Choir; WHO'S WHO IN AMER- 
ICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



LANDIKUSIC, THOMAS Berwyn, 111. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Foreign Language Fraternity. 

LANGLEY, DONNA GWENDOLYN Spring Lakes 

Grammar Education and Special Education, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship, Council; Woman's Chorus; 
A.C.E., Treasurer, Representative to State Convention; 
Tau Sigma; Buccaneer Staff; S.N.E.A.; Wilson Dormi- 
tory Social Committee; 50th Anniversary Pageant; 
Y.W.C.A. 

LANGSTON, BARBARA JANICE Goldsboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E., Publicity Chairman, President; Phi Beta Chi, 
Historian; Alpha Phi; Vice President; Gotten Hall, 
Student Counselor; Aquanymphs, Publicity Chair- 
man, Vice President; East Carolinian; W.R.A.; In- 
auguration Hostess. 

LANGSTON, PHYLLIS CAROLE Raleigh 

English and Speech, B.S. 
East Carolinian; Alpha Delta Pi, College Marshal; 
Freshman Student Counselor; Young Democrats Club; 
Cheerleader; Chief. 

LAO, LEONARD G. Portsmouth, Virginia 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; East Carolinian, Sports Editor, 
Student Sports Publicity Writer. 

LAO, MARGARET SMITH Garner 

English and Speech, B.S. 





LASSITER, SUE EVELYN Four Oaks 

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. 
Dorm. Secretary; Sophomore Class Secretary; Home- 
coming Sponsor; May Court; Marshal; Alpha Delta Pi 
Sorority; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; A.C.E.; O.N.E.A.; Li- 
brary Club; Baptist Student Church President, State 
B.S.C. editor of the Reveille State B.S.C. Secretary. 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 



LATHAM, JAMES R. 

Business and Social Studies 



Chocowinity 



LAWHORN, DONALD RAY Newton Grove 

Social Studies and Public Welfare, B.S. 
Veterans Club; S.N.E.A.; Young Democrats Club; 
Y.M.C.A. 



LAWRENCE, MARY HEOLA Tarboro 

Music and Piano, B.S. 
College Singers; M.E.N.C; College Choir; "Kiss Me 
Kate"; "Annie Get Your Gun"; President of Phi Beta 
Chi; Vice President of Alpha Phi National Sorority; 
Panhellenic Representative, Scholarship Chairman. 



Belmont 



LAYE, PATRICIA ANN 

Music, B.S. 
Dorm. President; S.G.A.; Woman's Judiciary; Band, 
Secretary; Orchestra, Music Education Club; M.E.N.C, 
President; Sigma Alpha Iota; S.G.A. Productions. 

LEATHRUM, GEORGE NOLAN Newark, Delaware 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of American; Society for Ad- 
vancement of Management. 

LEE, JO ANN Benson 

Primary Education ,B.S. 
Y.M.C.A.; W.R.A.; A.C.E. 

LEE, WILLIAM DALTON, JR. Greenville 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Touring College Choir; College Quartet and Soloist; 
Vice-President of Student Body at Campbell Jr. Col- 
lege; President of Men's Dorm, at Campbell; Opera 
Work Shop ; Dramatics; Publisher of Rebel. 

LINDSAY, BARBARA ROSE Faison 

Music, B.S. 
Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity; College Choir. 

LINK, ELIZABETH IRENE Raleigh 

Primary Education, B.S. 
W.R.A.; N.E.A.; Secretary of Jarvis Hall; N.C.E.A. 

LITTRELL, MARY SUE Macclesfield 

Home Economics and Art, B.S. 
College Mixed Chorus; Chapel Choir. 

LOVETT, GERALD F. Wadesboro 

Business, B.S. 



LUDLUM NANCY LOUISE Supply 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Wingate Junior College. 

LUPTON, MARDGE ETTA Belhaven 

Primary Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; A.C.E. 

LYLES, HARRY FLOYD Raleigh 

Health and Physical Education and Social 
Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; National Athletic 
Association of Health, Physical Education, and Rec- 
reation; Intramurals. 



LYNCH, MIKKI COX Jacksonville 

Primary Education and Library Science, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; East Carolinian Staff; Library Club. 

LYNCH, ROYAL ARNOLD Greenville 

Business, A. B. 
Phi Sigma Pi. 

LYTCH, LENDORA A. Laurinburg 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Social Chairman; Student Counselor; Tau 
Sigma; Buccaneer Staff. 




MAGUS, GEORGE HARRY Greenville 

Physical Education, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha. 

MALLORY, SIDNEY CORNELIUS Williamston 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Young Democratic Club; Intra- 
mural Basketball. 



MANN, EDMUND SPENCER, JR. 

Business, A.B. 
Theta Chi Fraternity. 



Washington 



Raleigh 



MARCON, MARTHA NELL 

Spanish and French, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Alpha, Vice-President; College Union, Sec- 
retary. 

MARTIN, LYNDA KAY Raleigh 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; A.C.A.; N.E.A.; Playhouse. 

MARTIN, JAMES EDWARD Collinsville, Va. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order; Varsity Club; Intramural Coun- 
cil, Vice-President; Baseball. 



MARTIN, JOSEPH ROY, JR. Greenville 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Alpha; Alumni Secretary, Executive Com- 
mittee; SGA, SGA Standing Committee, Chairman; 
SGA Executive Board; Dean's Advisory Council, Pub- 
lications Board; Vice-President Junior Class; YDC 
Vice-President; East Carolinian Assistant Sports Edi- 
tor, News Award; Rebel Editor; WHO'S WHO IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



MASKE, SHERRY ANNE Rockingham 

English and Business, A.B. 

MASSAD, MARY ELIZABETH Benson 

Business, B.S. 
F.B.L.A.; Pi Omega, President; Newman Club. 

MASSEY, LUCY JANE Gaston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma Education Honorary Fraternity; B.S. A.; 
A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Woman's Chorus. 

MATTHEWS, DORIS ELIZABETH Carthage 

Grammar and Psychology, B.S. 
A.C.E.; W.R.A.; Delta Zeta Sorority Vice-President; 
Playhouse. 



MAYNARD, PATSY MARIE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Buccaneer; College Marshal; 
Counselor; Tau Sigma. 



Warrenton 



Sophomore 



Asheboro 



MAYNOR, BETTY CARLENE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian Staff, Associate Editor, Campus Edi- 
tor, Feature Editor; Kappa Delta, Editor, Parliamen- 
tarian; Panhellenic Council; Library Club, President; 
Dean's Advisory Council; Jarvis Hall Vice President; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- 
VERSITIES. 

MAYO, FRANK TAYLOR Rocky Mount 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Theta Chi, Historian, Delegate to National Convention; 
Alpha Beta Gamma Science Society. 

McARTHUR, ROBBIE TAYLOR Pikeville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omega Pi; ACE; Wilson Hall Secretary-Treas- 
urer. 

McCROSKEY, JEAN ARDYTH Badin 

Music, B.S. 
Montreat College; College Choir; Chapel Choir. 

McDANIEL, JIMI ELIZABETH Goldsboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Cheerleader; College Marshal; YWCA; Military 
Queen; Homecoming Queen; May Court Attendant; 
White Rose of Sigma Nu; ACE; College Union Board; 
Alpha Delta Pi, Membership Chairman. 



McDUFFIE, JUDITH ANNE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
ACE; Delta Chi Delta; Alpha Xi Delta. 



Columbia 




McGEE, TED OLLIE, JR. Laurel Hill, S. C. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Pembroke State Teachers College; Future Business 
Leaders of America; Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer. 

McGILL, DORA PRISCILLA Clinton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Angel Flight. 

McKEE, THOMAS W. Wilmington 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 



Four Oaks 



McLAMB, CHARLOTTE ROSE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; Association for Child Education; N.E.A.; 
Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Campus Christian Coun- 
cil; Woman's Chorus. 

McLAWHORN, JESSIE LUCILE Ayden 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 

McLEAN, LOIS JO Raeford 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Chapel Choir; Historical Society; Sigma Sigma Sigma; 
Garrett House Council; Y.W.C.A. 



McLEOD, RACHEL ANNE Sanford 

Business and English, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Future Business Leaders of 
America; Pi Omega Pi. 

McPHERSON, HELEN MARIE Littleton 

Grammar Education, B. S. 
Woman's College U.N.C.; Alpha Delta Pi; House Com- 
mittee; W.R.A.; Association for Child Education. 

MEEKINS, WESLEY MEARL Manteo 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary-Treasurer; Assistant 
in Geography Department. 



MELTON, HILDA LEE Battleboro 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
English Club; Library Science Club, Reporter. 

MERRITT, JOYCE FAYE Kinston 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 



MEWBORN, LINDA LEE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; A.C.E. 
ster Fellowship; Buccaneer; Chi Omega. 



Farmville 
Westmin- 



Belhaven 



MIDGETTE, LILLIE ANN 

Business Education, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; F.B.L.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Gotten Dormitory, 
Freshman Counselor, Summer School Treasurer. 

MILES, CHARLES GARLAND Richmond, Va. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Interfraternity Council; S.G.A. 
Homecoming Committee. 

MILLER, CAROLYN GENEVIEVE Richfield 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Lutheran Student Association, Treasurer, Secretary, 

President; Tau Sigma, Corresponding Secretary; 

Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E. ; Dormitory Officer; Woman's 
Chorus. 



MILLER, MICHAEL STEPHEN 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club. 

MILLER, MILDRED JOHNSON 

Grammar Education, 
Flora MacDonald College. 



MILLS, ARTIE KAY 

Business and Social Studies, B.S 
Future Business Leaders of America 



Chocowinity 



MILTON, BETTY FRANCES Lillington 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
Program Director - WWWS - Campus Radio; English 
Club; East Carolina Playhouse; Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
Recording Secretary, National Social Sorority; East 
Carolinian Staff. 
MINTON, JAMES GORDON Belcross 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
ECC Marching Band and Concert Band; YMCA; Future 
Business Leaders of America. 
MISKELLY, BARBARA ANN Millville, New Jersey 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Marching and Concert Band; House Committee Mem- 
ber; Wesley Foundation Counsel; A. C. E.; Tau Sigma, 
Vice President. 



MOBLEY, BETTY JEAN Winterville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
MOBLEY, BONNY RAY Williamston 

Mathematics and Physical Education, B.S. 
MOON, MITCHELL STONE Lynchburg, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha; Varsity Baseball; Vice-President Intra- 
mural. 



MOON, SANDRA LEE Graham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary; Asssociation for Childhood 
Education. 
MOORE, BETTY FAYE Raleigh 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Buccaneer Staff; Mar- 
shal; College Band; Chapel Choir; Radio Staff; East 
Carolinian Staff; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer; Li- 
brary Science Club. 
MOORE, MARJORIE JEAN KENNERY Kinston 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir; College Singers; Chapel Choir; Music 
Education; Student Director of Chapel Choir. 



MORRIS, BURL STEVENS Concord 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
Varsity Band; Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Club; J. E. 
Major's Club. 
MORRIS, JIMMY AUSTIN Kenly 

Business Administration, A.B. 
MORRIS, SALLY ANN Morehead City 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Canterbury Club, Vice-President; Delta Zeta, His- 
torian; F.B.L.A. 

MOSER. BARBARA ANN Julian 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Math Club, Vice-President; Chi Beta Phi, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Jarvis Dorm., Treasurer; Garrett Dorm., Treas- 
urer; YWCA; WRA; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 
MOZINGO, GARLAND RAY Goldsboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student Intramural Director. 
MOZINGO, SHIRLEY GRAY Princeton 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union, Executive Council; Science 
Club; Student National Education Association; Young 
Women's Christian Association. 

MULLEN, JEAN YVONNE Hubert 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Buccaneer Staff; YWCA; Home Economics Club; Delta 
Zeta. 
MUNN, CHARLES RAYE Rockingham 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Assistant Treasurer of Student Government Associa- 
tion, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi, Chancellor; Secre- 
tary of Budget Committee; Umstead Dorm., Secre- 
tary; Chairman of Budget Committee; Student Senate; 
Homecoming Committee; Society for the Advancement 
of Management. 
MURRAY, BOBBY GENE Roxboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club; American Association 
for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 




MUSTIAN, THOMAS ALFRED, JR. WhitakerS 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 

NELSON, ROBERT JOSEPH Greenville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 

NEW, JEANETTE Rocky Mount 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student Counselor; English Club, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Y.D.C.; N.E.A.; Phi Beta Chi, Homecoming Sponsor. 



NEWBY, FRANCES GOLD Winterville 

Business, B.S. 
Math Club; Future Business Leaders of America. 

NEWMAN, WILBUR LEE Chadbourn 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 

NICHOLS, MARY BETH Sims 

English and Library Science, B. S. 
English Club; Library Club, President; Garrett House 
Council; B.S.U. 



NICHOLS, WILLIAM THOMAS Greenville 

Business and History, B.S. 
S.G.A., Vice President; Junior Class President; Sopho- 
more Senator; Ring Committee, Chairman; Budget 
Committe; Entertainmeiit Committee; Homecoming 
Committee, Parade Marshal; Disciplinary Committee: 
Dean's Advisory Council; Inaugural Host; S.G.A. 
Executive Council; Junior-Senior Prom Chairman; 
North State S.G.A. Convention; F.B.L.A.; Theta Chi, 
Outstanding Pledge, Secretary; East Carolinian, Cir- 
culation Staff; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

NORRIS, EDWARD LEE Greenville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 



ODEN, MITZI KAY 

Primary Education, 
Chowan College. 



Turkey 



OLIVER, PATSY ANN 

English and French, B.S. 
English Club; Sigma Pi Alpha; College Union Board, 
Recording Secretary. 



OUTLAW, LINDABELLE 

Primary Education, B.S. 

OVERMAN, BETTIE ROE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Wesley Foundation, W.R.A.; Wom- 
en's Chorus; S.N.E.A. 



Vienna, Va. 



Goldsboro 



OVERMAN, JOYCE NELL Goldsboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; Library Club; S.N.E.A.; Tau Sigma. 

OVERMAN, PATRICIA DARE Kenly 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
English Club; Library Club. 

OVERTON, DORIS KAY Norfolk, Va. 

Business and History, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Pi Omega Pi, Vice-President. 



OVERTON, PHILLIP EARL Jamesville 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Second Vice-President; 
Young Democrats Club. 

OVERTON, SHELBY JEAN Hertford 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Women's Chorus; Chapel Choir; 



A.C.E.; N.C.E.A 
B.S.U.; Messiah, 

OWENS, HILDA FAYE Fountain 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma, Pledge Chairman; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Free 
Will Baptist Fellowship, Vice-President, Treasurer; 
Y.W.C.A.; Campus Christian Council, Vice-Chairman; 
Development Council. 





PARADEE. WILLIAM CHARLES. JR. Dover. Del 

Business and History, B.S. 
\oung Democrats Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PARISL FRAN-CIS Wilmington. Del. 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sig-ma Pi. 

PARKER. CAROLYN LEE OVERMAN Goldsboro 

Grammar, B.S. 
Uesley Foundation; A.C.E.; Student Counselor- YW 
C.A. 



PARKER. CECIL W. Havelock 

Business. A.B. 
Veteran's Club; Future Business Leaders of America. 

PARKER, CYN'THIA TREA\-1,YX Stokes 

Foreign Languages. B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; Sigma Pi Alpha. Vice President. President; 
Dean's Advisory Council. 



PARKER. DAVID WALTER 
Art, B.S. 



Whitakers 



New Bern 



PATE. CAROLYN" JOYCE 

Grammar. B.S. 
Tau Sigma; A.C.E.; Freshman Counselor; F.WB 
Fellowship, President: Y.W.C.A.: Inter Religious 

Council. 

PATTEN', NORMAX STUART Mount Olive 

Music. B.S. 
E C.C. Marching Band: Concert Band; Brass Ensem- 
ble; Brass Choir: Phi Mu Alpha. President; Music 
Educator's National Conference. 

PAUL, ANN WHITLEY" Pantego 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Lambda Tau, Association for 
Childhood Education, National Education Association; 
Y.W.C.A. 

PAUL. JAMES E. Belhaven 

Physical Education. B.S. 
Physical Ed Club: Historical Society: Y.D.C.: Vet- 
erans Club. Vice President. 

PEARCE, NELL SUGG Kinston 

Primary Education. B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education: S.N.E.A.: Wom- 
en's Chorus. 

PEARCE. \TOLET REE Louisburg 

Primary Education. B.S. 
A.C.E,; Lecture Club; Baptist Student Union: Y.W. 
C.A. 



FEELE. JOSEPH ARNOLD Aulander 

Elementary Education. B.S. 
S-X.E.A . President Summer School. Vice President: 
Bap;:;: ?:uient Union: Tau Sigma, Treasurer: Y.M. 
C A : WHO S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UXn'EE SHIES. 

PERLICK, CHARLES THOMAS Pantego 

Social Studies and Public Welfare. B.S. 

PERRY. LOWELL GENE Colerain 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 



PHARR. CHARLES LEE Tarboro 

Science. A.B. 

PHILIPS. CHEFEEK MICHAEL. JR. Wilmington 

Business, A.B. 
Wilmington Junior College; Society for Advancement 
of Management: Future Business Leaders of America; 
Varsity Band: E.C.C. Marching Pirates; Veterans 
Club. 

PHILLIPS, PATSY BRYANT Fountain 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education. 



PIERCE, BETTY LOU Gatesville 

Business and Social Studies B,.S. 
WRA; Delta Chi Delta; FBLA; Freshman Counselor; 
Woman's Chorus. 

PIERCE, JOHN GARRETT, JR. New Castle, Del. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football; Baseball; Varsity Club; Kappa Alpha Order; 
Physical Education Club. 



PILGRIM, JAMES ROBERT 

Industrial Arts, 
Industrial Art Club. 



Greenville 



PINKHAM, ALBERT FRANKLIN Washington 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau, Secretary and Treasurer; Industrial 
Arts Club. 

PLASTER, LOIS MAE Martinsville, Va. 

Business, B.S. 
Annual Staff; Vice President of Clay Dorm.; KYF; 
Emmanuel Jr. College. 

PLEASANTS, BARBARA SUE Raleigh 

Business, A.B. 
Costume Committee for Freshman play; Intramural 
Sports; 50th Annivei^sary Pageant; Zeta Psi Alpha 
Local Sorority; Alph'a Omicron Pi Social Sorority, 
Corresponding Secretary; Sponsor for Valentine 
Queen; East Carolina College Majorette; WRA. 

PHILLIPS, BARBARA RUBELLE Grifton 

Music Education, B.S. 
College Choir; MENC; Chapel Cl|,oir; Messiah. 

POLK, BARBARA JEAN Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
ACE; Wingate College; BSU, Secretary; Secretary of 
Volunteer Band; Glee Club. 



POLLARD, BARBARA ANN 

'Home Economics, 
Home Economics Club. 



Greenville 



POLSKY, HAROLD H. Wilmington, Del 

Business, A.B. 
ROTC. 

POPE, BOBBY RAY Lexington 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau, President; P 
Kappa Alpha, House Manager, Conductor, Scholarshii 
Chairman. 

PORTER, PENNIE JEANETTE Salembui 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
FBLA; BSU; YWCA; Woman's Chorus; ACE; Garrett 
Dormitory Vice-President; Tau Sigma Honorary Edu- 
cational Fraternity. 



POWELL, EDWARD TURNER, JR. 
Business, B.S. 



POWELL, JERRY WARD 

Business, A.B. 



Beaufort 

Whiteville 

Welfare 



POWELL, JESSE WILLIAM 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; WF Outreach Chairman; 
WF Vice President; Messiah; Young Democrats Club; 
National Education Association; YMCA Cabinet; 
YMCA Vice President . 



POWELL, JUDITH ANNETTE Rocky Mount 

French, English, B.S. and A.B. 
Westminster Fellowship; YWCA; SNEA; Sigma Pi 
Alpha. 

POWELL, THOMAS JEFFERSON Greenvilh 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Westminster Fellowship. 



POWERS, ROBERT LOUIS 

Business, B.S. 



Portsmouth, Va, 




PRIDGEN, DIANA TRASK East Corinth, Me. 

Business, B.S. 
Husson College; Pi Rho Zeta; Pi Omega Pi. 

PRICE, BOBBIE JEAN Seven Springs 

Math and English, B.S. 
Math Club; Buccaneer Staff; Chi Beta Phi; Tau Sigma. 



PRICE, DOROTHY ELLYN 

Home Economics, 
Home Ec. Club. 



Mount Olive 



PURIFOY, CHARLOTTE MARIE New Bern 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Ec. Club; WWWS Radio; F.W.B. Fellowship; 
S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

QUINN, MARTHA HOWARD Wilson 

Math and Science, AB. 
Marching Band; Y.W.C.A.; Canterbury; Chi Omega; 
Chi Beta Phi; Varsity Band; Math Club. 



RACKLEY, MARTHA LATRELLE 

Math and English, B.S. 
Math Club; Chi Beta Phi; Big Sister. 



Clinton 



RAINES, BOBBY EMMETT Raleigh 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Ed. Club; Young Democrats Club, Secretary; 
Kappa Alpha Order, Historian, Reporter; NCPHER. 

RAMSEY, BOB WARREN Asheville 

Business, A.B. 
Brevard Jr. College, Baseball, Track, Monogram Club, 
Wodenian Club; Society for Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

RANKIN, MARGARET ANN MocksviUe 

Art, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship, Council; Rebel Artist; Buc- 
caneer Staff, Delta Phi Delta; Art Club; College Union 
Board; CU Committee, Scrapbook Chairman, Special 
Projects Committee Chairman; Art Club; Jr.-Sr. Com- 
mittee; South Eastern Arts Association. 

RAY, GEORGE W., JR. Durham 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary; East Carolina Playhouse, 
Treasurer; WWWS Campus Radio; F.B.L.A., Vice 
President, Mr. Future Business Executive State Win- 
ner; Elections Committee SGA; I.F.C. Representative; 
College Union Board, Carnival Chairman, Conimittee 
Chairman, Regional Convention Delegate; Baptist 
Student Union, Drama Director; Y.M.C.A. 



RAY, MARY BEA Selma 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education. 

RAY, MELVIN T. Tabor City 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; A. A. Degree, Wilmington Jr. College; Phys- 
ical Ed. Club; Secretary of Jones Dorm., Treasurer. 

REDMAYNE, ANN CLIFT Richmond, Va. 

Math and Geography, A.B. 

REEL, PATRICIA WHITE Elizabeth City 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; S.N.E.A.; East Carolinian Staff. 

RENFROW, PHYLLIS BATTEN Kenly 

Primary Education, B.S.. 
A.C.E.; Women's Recreation Association; S.N.E.A.; 
Baptist Student Union. 



RHODES, CHARLES TRUMAN Raleigh 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Swimming Team; 'Lambda Chi Alpha; Industrial Arts 
Club; North Carolina Industrial Arts Association; 
Amercian Industrial Arts Association. 

RHUE, AGNES FRANCES Swansboro 

Math and Physics, B.S. 
Woman's Hall, Counselor, Secretary; Buccaneer Staff; 
Math Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Chi Beta Phi; Alpha 
Xi Delta. 



Burgaw 



RICH, ELIZABETH PARKER 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Campbell College; N.C.E.A.; Kappa Delta 





RICHARDSON, THOMAS COLMAN, JR. Henderson 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club, Vice President. 

RIDDICK, MIKE GILLIS Greenville 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club; Industrial Arts 
Department Award; Circle K Club, Treasurer; WHO'S 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI- 
TIES. 

RIDDICK, THOMAS EARL, JR. New Bern 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha, House Committee, Mars Hill College. 

RIDGE, NACE BROCK Weaverville 

Social Studies and Industrial Arts, B.S. 

RIGGAN, THOMAS ALLEN Macon 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg Jr. College, Student Government, President 
of Freshman Class, President of Sophomore Class, 
Veterans Club, Dramatics Club; Y.M.C.A.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

ROBERSON, CARROL SAUNDERS Williamston 

Science, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship, Council, Officer; Y.M.C.A., 
Cabinet Officer; Science Club; Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma 
Pi; N.E.A. 

ROBERSON ELTON MANNING Robersonville 

Physical Education and Social Studies 
Chowan College; Football; Tennis; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Entertainment Committee for S.G.A.; Monogram Club; 
Physical Ed. Club. 

ROBERTS, RICHARD SCOTT Granite Quarry 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
AFROTC; Arnold Air Spciety; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Rifle Team. 



ROEBUCK, HAYWOOD M. 

English and Social Studies 



Washington 



ROGERS, C. DAVID Monroe 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Football; Varsity Club; Physical Ed. Club; 
Jr.-Sr. Planning Committee. 

ROGERS, EDWARD TURNER Jamestown 

Art, A.B. 
Atlantic Christian College; WWWS Campus Radio; 
T.V. Guild, Vice President, President; Phi Sigma Pi, 
Sgt.-At-Arms; Art Club; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



ROGERS, SERENA SUE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
N.E.A. ; A.C.E.; Ragsdale House Committee. 



Pink Hill 



ROGERS, WILLIAM T. Elizabethtown 

Geography and Psychology, A.B. 
Theta Chi; Senior Senator; Varsity Band; Homecoming 
Committee. 

ROLLINS, JANIE STANCILL Bethel 

Primary Education, B.S. 
'Association for Childhood Education. 

ROPER, JAMES B. Belhaven 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club; Delta Phi Delta; East Carolina Playhouse. 



ROSS, WILLIAM CARLTON Ahoskle 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 

ROUGHTON, AL CADER Elizabeth City 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

ROUSE, GAILLE TRENE Raleigh 

Primary Education, B.S. 
S. N.E.A.; Woman's Chorus; East CaroHnian; A.C.E. 




RUDD, WILLIAM CLINTON Louisburg 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 

RUMLEY, CARNES LANIER Brown Summit 

Business, A.B. 

RUSS, CARL SAMUEL Grantsboro 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; A.F.R.O.T.C. 



SAMPEDRO, SYLVIA MARIE Valdese 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Assistant Historian, Homecoming Spon- 
sor; Lambda Tau, Historian; Delta Zeta, Secretary, 
President; Newman Club, Secretary; Intersorority 
Council, Corresponding Secretary; Buccaneer; East 
Carolinian; P.B.L.A. 

SANDERS, CLAUDETTE ANN Elizabeth City 

Mathematics and English, B.S. 
Math Club, Secretary, Treasurer, President; English 
Club; Buccaneer. 

SASSER, BOBBY BENTON Goldsboro 

Business, A.B. 
Buccaneer, Sports Editor; Alpha Phi Omega, Secre- 
tary, Vice-President, President. 

SASSER, NETTIE JANE Goldsboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; Wilson Dormitory House Council and Hall 
Proctor. 

SAUNDERS, DIANNE Ca-Vel 

Mathematics and English, A.B., B.S. 
Chi Omega, Assistant Treasurer; The Key; S.G.A.; 
Tau Sigma Theta Chi Sponsor. 

SAUNDERS, JANICE CAROLE Durham 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Delta Zeta, President; Home Ec. Club; East Carolina 
Playhouse; Phi Omicron. 



SEYMORE, NOAH McKIMMEY, JR. Elizabeth City 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Football; Track; Alpha Phi Omega. 

SCOTT, JOYCE MARIE Greenville 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Buccaneer; Historical Society; English Club; Methodist 
Student Center, Wesley Players. 



SHEPARD, WILLIE, JR. 

Social Studies, 
Campbell College. 



Bfculaville 



SHIPLEY, SUE Williamston 

Chemistry, A.B. 
Westhampton College; Science Club; American Chem- 
ical Society. 



Burlington 
.S. 



SIMPSON, GLENN LEE 

Social Studies and Public Service, 
Y.D.C.; N.E.A. 

SKIPPER, THELMA JANE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A.; B.S.U., Executive Council. 



SKLUT, CHARLES ISAAC Wilmington, Del. 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 

SMITH, ALICE FROST Garland 

Art, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; B.S.U.; Fleming Hall Officer; S.G.A.; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- 
VERSITIES. 



SMITH, BARBARA ILEENE 



Fayetteville 



F.B.L.A.; Lambda Tau, Treasurer; Delta Zeta, Treas- 
urer and Magazine Chairman. 




SMITH, DON 

Physical Education and Socii 



Portsmouth, Va. 
Studies, B.S. 

Zebulon 



SMITH, DOROTHY CRAIG 

Biology, B.S. and A.B. 
College Union Committee; Phi Beta Chi, Parliamen- 
tarian; Alpha Phi; Buccaneer; Panhellenic Council; 
Science Club; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 

SMITH, FLOYD ARTHUR Grifton 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club; S. A .M.; F.B.L.A. 



SMITH, FRANCES RINGGOLD Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Women's Chorus; College Union; A.C.E.; 
S.N.E.A.; Campbell College. 



SMITH, LEWIS EARL 

Business and Social Studies, 
Delta Sigma Pi; Intramural Sports. 



Fayetteville 



Goldsboro 



SMITH, MARKIE A. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; Wilson Dormitory Committee; 
Women's Judiciary; S.G.A.; Tau Sigma; S.N.E.A.; 
W.R.A.; Women's Chorus. 

SMITH, M. ELIZABETH Fountain 

English and Speech, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse, Vice President, President; 
East Carolinian; WWWS Radio and TV, Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; Television Guild; Dean's Advisory 
Council. 

SMITH, SANDI GAY Kernersville 

Music, B.S. 
Sigma Alpha Iota; College Choir; Music Ed. Club; 
"Carousel"; E.C.C. Concert Band; E.C.C. College Choir; 
M.E.N.C; "Annie Get Your Gun." 

SMITH, SUE ELLEN Greenville 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; N.E.A. 




Morehead City 



SMITHWICK, GROVER A. 

Biology, B.S. 
Science Club, President; East Carolinian. 

SPANN, CHARLES ANDREW Winston-Salem 

Business, A.B. 
F.B.L.A.; S.A.M. 

SPARKMAN, SUE CARLTON St. Pauls 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A.; S.G.A.; C.U.S.B.; East Carolinian; 
Buccaneer; Y.D.C.; English Club; Library Club; Wo- 
man's Chorus; Fleming Hall House Committee; Pan- 
hellenic; The Key; Chi Omega. 

SPEIGHT, JAMES R., JR. Kinston 

Science, B.S. 
Buccaneer; A.F.R.O.T.C; Kappa Alpha Order; Dormi- 
tory Officer; Men's Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Coun- 
cil; Budget Committee; S.G.A.; Circle K Club; Science 
Club; S.G.A. President; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



SPELL, NANCY JANE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
F.B.L.A.; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A.; Woman's Chorus 



Turkey 

Y.D.C. 

Sunberry 



SPENCE, JULIAN SCARVER 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club; Science Club; Freshman Basketball. 

SPIVEY, EDITH RACHEL Hertford 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Kappa; Home Economics 
Club; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Y.D.C; C.U.S.B.; Buccaneer; 
The Key; College Marshal; Sponsor for "Miss Green- 
ville." 

SPIVEY, ORIN RALPH, JR. Roseboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Physical Ed. Major's Club; Y.D.C. 

SPRY, JOHN THOMAS Winston-Salem 

Music, B.S. 
"Carousel"; Chapel Choir; Marching Band; Concert 
Band; Phi Mu Alpha; M.E.N.C; "Kiss Me Kate." 



STAFFORD, GEORGE VERNON Hamlet 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Football, Tennis, Monogram Club, Wingate Colleg-e. 

STALLINGS, JOANN WILLIAMSON Wilson 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 

STALLS, KENNETH L. Washington 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
American Industrial Arts Association; North Caro- 
lina Industrial Arts Association; Industrial Arts Club, 
President; Dean's Advisory Council. 



STANCIL, JOHN RUSSELL Angier 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 

STANCILL, WILLIS JOHNSTON Greenville 

Science and Math, B.S. 
Science Clubi Theta Chi. 



Fayetteville 



STANLEY, WILLIE KEATON 

Primary Education, B.S. 



STARLING, KEITH A. 

Business and Social Studi 

STARRETT, WILLIAM DAVID Cramerton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Basketball, Varsity Club. 

STEWART, MARY ELIZABETH Goldbsoro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
ACE; Sophomore Counselor; Phi Beta Chi; Alpha Phi; 
Woman's Chorus. 



STOCKS, VERNON ERVIN 



Reidsville 



Business and Social Studies, A.' 



STONE, JAMES GARRET 

Math and Science, A.B. 
Theta Chi; Marching Band; Varsity Band; T. V. Guild; 
Math Club; Phi Gamma Pi; AFROTC; Arnold Air 
Society. 

HOWE, CHERYL GAY Raleigh 

Art and Social Studies, B.S. 
Peace College; N. C. State; Delta Phi Delta; SEAA; 
Art Club; NEA; NAEA. 



STRICKLAND, JERRY WESLEY Princeton 
Industrial Arts, B.S. 

STRICKLAND, VERNELLE Mt. Olive 

Grammar Education, B.S. 

ACE; NEA; Young Women's' Christian Association. 

STYRON, DELANA BURRUS Hatteras 
Library Science and Social Studies, B.S. 



SUGG, ANN LINDLEY Silver Spring, Md. 

English and Spanish, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Leader's Council; Woman's Recre- 
ation Association, Publicity Chairman, ' Executive 
Council; Aquanymphs, Vice Pi-esident; Panheflenic 
Council, Vice President; Zeta Psi Alpha, Chaplain; 
Sigma Pi Alph; Physical Education Club; East Caro- 
linian Staff. 



SULLIVAN, DORA E. SAWYER 
Business, Social Studii 



Washingto 



SULLIVAN, ELLA GREY Goldsborc 

English and Special Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; WRA; Flemming Homecoming Sponsor. 




SUMRELL, CAROLYN DALE Ayden 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; Tau Sigma; East Carolinian; S.N.E.A. 

SURLES, BETTY FRANCES Benson 

Social Studies and'Welfare, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club; Historical Society; House 
Committee; Peace College. 

SUTTON, BOBBIE JO LaGrange 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Kappa Delta, Summer School Sponsor; Tau Sigma, 
Homecoming Sponsor; Marshal; Home Economics Club, 
Treasurer; House President of Cotton; Summer School 
Judiciary; Wesley Foundation; W.R.A.; Y.W.C.A. 



SWANN, EARL KIERNAN Goldsboro 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

SWISHER, ROSEMARY KERR Wilmington 

Music, B.S. 
E.C.C. Marching Band; Concert Band; Choir; Chapel 
Choir; Wood Wind Ens.; "Kiss Me Kate"; "Annie Get 
Your Gun"; "Carrousel", Orchestra; Delta Chi Delta; 
Alpha Xi Delta, Social Chairman; M.E.N.C: E.C.C. 
Orchestra. 



SYLIVANT, CHARLES LARRY 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Science Club. 



TAFT, JOSEPH MARVIN, JR. 
A.I 



Stedman 



TANDY, JULIA ERLENE Frisco 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Y.W.C.A.; N.E.A.; A.C.E. 

TART, ANGELA LEE Dunn 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Notre Dame College; Sacred Heart Jr. College; N.E.A. 



TAYLOR, ELIZABETH ANNE C 

Math and Social Studies, B.S. 
Math Club; Baptist Student Union. 

TAYLOR, JEAN ABERNATHY Dei 

Math and Social Studies, B.S. 
Woman's College of the University of North Caroli 

TAYLOR, JESSIE ALLISON Wi 

Primary Education, B.S. 



TAYLOR, JUDITH MASON Chocowinity 

Primary Education, B.S. 
W.R.A.; Y.D.C.; National Education Association; 
Y.W.C.A.; Zeta Psi Alpha, Pledge Mistress; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, President; Dean's Advisory Council; East 
Carolina College Panhellenic Delegate. 

TAYLOR, OPAL DAWN Tarboro 

Business, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; Phi Beta Lambda; F.B.L.A.; 
Y.W.C.A. 

TAYLOR, PATRICIA ROSE Oxford 

Primary Education; B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; N.E.A. Student 
Counselor in Slay. 



TAYLOR, TALMAGE RAY 

Physical Education and Social Studies, 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Ed. Club. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM SEYMOUR 

Physical Education and Math, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Physical Ed. Club. 



TETTERTON, WILLIAM DEBRON 
Business, A.B. 



Williamston 





TEW, JO ANN WiUiamston 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
S.N.E.A., President, Secretary of North Eastern Dis- 
trict Convention; A.C.E.; Tau Sigma. 

THACKER, CLECIE McKIEVER Taylorsville 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Football; Varsity Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon; President 
of Intramural Council; Physical Education Club. 

THOMAS, BERNICE WAYNE Roxboro 

Business Administration, A.B. 
I.D. Card Committee; Theta Chi. 



THOMAS, PEGGY WALLACE Greenville 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 

THOMAS, SYLVIA ANN Sanford 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
A.C.E., Historian, Membership Chairman, Delegate to 
Cleveland; Y.W.CA.; S.N.E.A.; Treasurer of Jr. Class. 

THOMPSON, GENE ELLIOTT Elizabethtown 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



THOMPSON, JOSEPH JUNE, JR. Weldon 

Business, B.S. 

THOMPSON, TILLEY PRISCILLA Gastonia 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Y.W.CA. , Methodist Youth Center; A.C.E.; N.E.A.; 
W.R.A.; Student Counselor at Slay; House Committee 
Cotton. 



THORNTON, JUDITH DARE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; Library Club; A.C.E.; W.R.A. 



Mount Olive 



THURMAN, MARTHA KATHLEEN Rocky Mount 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Buccaneer Staff; Wesley Foundation; Vice President 
of Ragsdale Dorm; Homecoming Committee; Sponsor 
for Valentine Dance; Sponsor for White Ball; Theta 
Chi Dream Girl; A.C.E.; Religious Emphasis Week 
Committee. 

TILLETT, ALFRED McCOY, JR. Manteo 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

TODD, JAMES W. Warsaw 

Science, B.S. 
Science Club. 



Whiteville 



TODD, KATYJO GALE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
"Kiss Me Kate" Musical: Messiah; Woman's Chorus; 
Chapel Choir; Alpha Zi Delta; Young Democrats Club; 
N.E.A.; A.C.E. 

TOLER, JUNE Chocowinity 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; A.C.E. ; East Carolina College Angel 
Flight. 

TOWE, CLIFFORD PRITCHARD Greenville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 



TRIPLETT, PAULA KATHERYN Banner Elk 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Youth Fellowship. 

TRIPP, CAROLYN INEZ Shallotte 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
W.R.A. ; Women's Chorus; Lambdo Tau; Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 

TRIPP, WILLIAM BURTON Ayden 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Campbell College; Physical Ed. 
Club; N.C.A.H.P.E.R.; Intramural Sports. 



TUCKER, HERBERT CLIFTON 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Sigma Nu, Sentinel, Social Chairman; 
Team; Varsity Club; I.F.C., Vice President. 

TUNNELL, GRACE ELIZABETH 

Primary Education, B.S. 

TURNER, GEORGE ALBERT Centreville 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Dairy of Anne Frank. 



TWIFORD, SOPHIO ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.; College Union Board; A.C.E. Social Chairman 
S.N.E.A. 

TWINNING, MARY ELIZABETH Glen Arm, Md 

Primary Education, B.S. 

TYNDALL, DAVID RAY 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Buccaneer Staff. 



TYSON, CELIA ANN Burlingt 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Zeta Psi Alpha; Buccaneer Staff. 

UNDERBILL, ALICE RUTH 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union. 

UZZELL, SYLVIA LOIS Scotland Neck 

Business and English, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Woman's Hall House Committee; 
Baptist Student tfnion; Buccaneer Sponsor; Home- 
coming Sponsor; Pi Omega Pi, Assistant Secretary, 
Chairman of National Chapter Awards Committee, 
Secretary; F.B.L.A., Reporter, Vice President, Presi- 
dent; WHO' WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES. 



VAHEY, MICHAEL JOSEPH, JR. Greenville, Del. 

Business, A.B. 
Newman Club; Phi Sigma Pi; F.B.L.A.; Radio Staff. 

VANDIFORD, WIMMIE LORRAINE Hookerton 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E. 

VAN DYK, ANGELINE JOAN Pantego 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; A.C.E., Vice President; 
S.N.E.A. 



VAN DYKE, JERRY BRONSON Belmont 

Music, B.S. 
Concert Band; Marching Band; Brass Choir; S.G.A. 
Musical; Phi Mu Alpha 50th Anniversary Pageant; 
Orchestra; Brass Ensemble; Varsity Band; Stage 
ager for Collegian; S.G.A. Senate. 



Benson 



VANN, HARRIETTE ELIZABETH 
Business, A.B. 

VANN, HUGH McALPHIN Elizabethtown 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; I.F.C. Representative; Pledge 
Trainer. 



VANN, RONITA RESPESS New Bern 

Business, B.S. 

VANSANT, HENRY C. Greenville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Varsity Football; Kappa Alpha; Varsity Club; S.G.A. 
Summer School, Member-at-Large, Vice President. 

VERNELSON, JAMES HILTON Greenvill 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; American Industrial Arts Associ 
ation; N. C. Industrial Arts Association. 




VICK, BEARL D. Rocky Mount 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America, Local Officer and 
State Officer. 

VICK, LINDA GREY Kinston 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
English Club; Aquanymphs; Cheerleader; Chi Omega; 
St. Mary's Jr. College. 



VINSON, MELVIN HOWELL, JR. 
Business, A.B. 



Murfreesboro 



VISMOR, DAN CHARLES 

Social Studies and Welfare, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Young Democrats Club. 

WALSTON, JOHN McDONALD 

Science and Geography, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

WARD, CHARLES STUART 

Science, B.S. 
Lambdo Chi Alpha. 



WARNER, BARBARA JEAN Whiteville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; Buccaneer Staff; A.C.E.; 
S.N.E.A.; Homecoming Committee. 

WARREN, BOBBY S. Mebane 

Physical Education and Social Studies 
Phi Gamma Pi; Theta Chi, Officer; P.D.C.; Physical 
Ed. Club. 

WATERS, ADRIAN CAROLINE New Bern 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; A.C.E.; Vice President Wilson 
Dorm; Vice President E. Wing Garrett Dorm; N.E.A.; 
Chapel Choir; Y.W.C.A. 



WATERS, ANNE RAE Greenville 

Nursing, B.S. 
Graduate of Medical College of Virginia School of 
Nursing. 

WATERS, BARBARA JEAN Washington 

English and Foreign Languages, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship; English Club; N.E.A. 

WATERS, JACQUELYN OVERTON Jamesville 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Buccaneer Staff; Women's Chorus; English Club; 
S.N.E.A., Sophomore Counselor. 



WATSON, FAYE STONE Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 

WEBB, ALBERT ROLAND Kinston 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Tennis. 

WEBB, DIANE Pinetops 

English and Math, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; English Club; S.N.E.A. 



WEBB, GLENN ELLIOTT Gatesville 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club, Reporterj North Carolina In- 
dustrial Arts Association; American Industrial Arts 
Association. 

WELCH, MAXIE BRYANT, JR. Scotland Neck 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 

WELLS, JUANITA I. Clinton 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Corresponding Secretary of A.C.E. 





WELLS, WILLIAM FRANK Clinton 

Science and Psychology, A.B. 
Science Club; Y.D.C.; Campbell College. 

WEST. BARNEY HUGH Durham 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Y.M.C.A., President; Baptist Student Union, Executive 
Council; Men's Judiciary; Junior Senator; President 
Phi Kappa Tau; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- 
LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



WEST, CURTIS 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Intramural Sports; Football, Softball. 



Lumberton 



WEST, PATRICIA LEE Greenville 

Business, B.S. 

WESTBROOK, LAFAYETTE EARL Four Oaks 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
President of East Carolina Historical Society; 
S.N.E.A.; Y.M.C.A.; Young Democrats Club; Wesley 
Foundation. 



WETHERINGTON, ALICE CHRISTINE_ 
Grammar Education, B.S. 



Robertsonville 



Atlantic 
5.S. 



Greenville 



W^HITE, ALVIN M., Jr. 

Social Studies and English, A. 

WHITFIELD, LINDA GAY DUKE 

Home Economics, B.S. 

WICKER. HARRY LEE 

Business, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha Order. 



WILLIS, DIANNE DANIELS 

Science and Physical Education, B.S 
W.R.A.; Aquanymphs; Science Club. 

WILLIS, JULIAN FRANCIS 

Primary Education and Social Studies, 

WILLIS, WILLIAM KING 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Social Chairman, National Association 
of Manufacturers 64th Congress of American Industry, 
National Delegate; Publications Board; Buccaneer 
Staff, Assistant Business Manager, Business Manager. 

WILSON, BARBARA W. Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
M.E.N.C; Chapel Choir, Secretary; College Choir; 
Messiah; East Carolina Playhouse, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; A.C.E.; Tau Sigma; Wesley Foundation Coun- 
cil, Wesley Players, President. 

WILSON, DIXIE D. Dunn 

Science, B.S. 
Math Club; Science Club; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet Member, 
President; F.W.B. Student Fellowship, Treasurer; Wil- 
son Dorm House Committee. 

WILSON, DONALD Bunnlevel 

Science, B.S. 
Science Club; S.N.E.A.; Westminster Fellowship; 
Campbell College; Intramural Sports. 

WILSON, GEORGE M. Lexington 

English and Business, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship, President; English Club; 
F.B.L.A.; S.N.E.A.; Religious Emphasis Week Com- 
mittee. 



WILSON, MARY LINDA 

Primary Education, : 
S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Women's Chorus. 



New Bern 



WILLIAMS, 
A.C.E. 



ALLEN JEANNETTE 
Primary Education, B.S. 




WILLIAMS, CLARENCE SEXTON Rocky Mount 

Physical Education, B.S. 

WILLIAMS III, DEMPSEY HILTON Fayetteville 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Sigma Nu, Rush Chairman, Marshal, Pledge Master; 
Varsity Club; Young Democrats Club; P.E. Club; Inter- 
fraternity Council; President of Senior Class; Govern- 
ment Association; Football; Ring Committee; WHO'S 
WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER- 
SITIES. 

WILLIAMS, EDGAR VAL Wilmington 

Music, B.S. 
Concert Band, President; Marching Band, President; 
Collegians Brass Ensemble; Lambda Chi, Ritualist, 
Music Director; M.T.N. A.; Men's Judiciary; Dean's 
Advisory Council. 



Burlington 



WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH MAE 

Spanish, B.S. 

S.G.A.; Junior Class Senator; Senior Class Senator; 
Sigma Pi Alpha, President; N.E.A., Corresponding 
Secretary; Alpha Xi Delta; Delta Chi Delta; East 
Carolinian,, Reporter; Dean's Advisory Council; Honor- 
ary Professional Inter-Fraternity Council. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE EVERETT Shawboro 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Varsity Baseball; Varsity Club. 

WILLIAMS, LARRY ALLEN South Norfolk, Va. 

Music, B.M. 
Phi Mu Alpha; S.G.A., Musical. 



WILLIAMS, LLOYD DALE Scotland Neck 

Business, A.B. 
Second Vice-President Delta Sigma Pi; Intramural 
Sports. 

WILLIAMS, JOAN LEE Robersonville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
A.C.E.: N.E.A.; Y.D.C.; Chi Omega, Treasurer. 
WINGATE, NANCY CAROL Ayden 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sophomore Counselor; Chi Omega; S.N.E.A.; Y.D.C.; 
A.C.E.; Women's Chorus. 



WOODARD, HARLEY V. 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club; Art Editor, Buccaneer. 

WOODHOUSE, BETTY JANE 

Primary Education, B.S. 

WOOLARD, STEVE LEADFORD 
Science, B.S. 



WOOTEN, AGNES CORINE 

Primary Education, B.S. 



Griffton 

Harbinger 
Washington 

Kinston 
Mebane 



WORKMAN, GLENDA FAYE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Delta Zeta, Vice President; Home Economics Club; 
Inter-Sorority Council; House Committee; Intramurals. 

WRENN, JERRY PARKER Cedar Grove 

Physical Education^ B.S. 

WYLIE, SUSAN M. Arlington, Va. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Buccaneer Staff; A.C.E.; 
S.N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A. 



WYNNE, PEGGY FRANCES Franklinton 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Vice President Woman's Hall; Sophomore Counselor; 
B.S.U.; A.C.E.; Buccaneer Staff; Kappa Delta Pi Sec- 
retary, President; President, Flemming S.G.A.; W.R.A.; 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- 
VERSITIES. 

ZAMBOS, GEORGE JOHN Belhaven 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Intramural Basketball; Historical Society; Canterbury 
Club. 

YORKS, SANDRA MAE Durham 

Library Science, B.S. 
President, Garrett; Y.W.C.A., Treasurer; N.E.A.; 
S.G.A.; Judiciary. 




SENIOR SENATORS 
Mary Elizabeth Gardner, Tommy Calhoun 





"Make it a short one, I've got a tough test tomorrow.' 



A highlight of the year was a visit to the campus by 
President John Kennedy. 



JUNIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 





GENE HODGES 
President 



SENATORS 
Jim Burns, Bonnie Burch, Hal Smith 




DOT JONES 
Treasurer 



KAY RODRIQUEZ 
Vice President 



JUDY PLEASANT 
Secretary 




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ABBOTT, ANNE CAROLYN 
ABERNATHY, HELEN FAYE 
ALBRIGHT, JAMES TAYLOR 
ALEXANDER, PATSY ANN 
ALEXANDER, KENNETH G. 



ALLEN, BEVERLY ELAINE 
ALLEN, WALTER LEE 
ALPHINE, WILLIAM GLENN 
AMAN, EFFIE LEE 
ANDERSON, ERNEST YATES 



Elizabeth City 

Rocky Mount 

Bolivia 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 



Raleigh 

Greenville 

Fayetteville 

Jacksonville 

Elizabeth City 



ANDREWS, RACHAEL WINNON Timberlake 

ANGELL, MYSON MOONEY Mocksville 

ARLEDGE, JAMES CURTIP Gary 

ARTHUR, THELBERT DONALD Beaufort 

ATKINSON, MARGIE ANN Fairmont 



BAILEY, JAMES ZUILL Bishopville, S. C. 

BALLANCE, JAMES BROOKS Fremont 

BAKER, BEATRICE FAYE Farmville 

BAKER, EDITH LOUVINIA Burlington 

BAKER, FLETCHER BRENT Beulaville 



BAKER, HELEN ROSANNA Winston-Salem 
BARBER, GRACIE LEE Clinton 

BATES, PHILLIP ERWIN Elizabeth City 

EARNHARDT, MILDRED Greenville 

BARRETT, BRENDA ADELAIDE Farmville 



BARRETT, JOHN BERNARD 


Greenville 


BARRINGER, JOHN TERRELL 


Durham 


BARROW, VIVIAN CAROL 


Snow Hill 


BASS, JIMMY R. 


Goldsboro 


BATTEN, REBA LOUISE 


Selma 


BAXLEY, CAROLYN LORENA 


Lumberton 


BAZEMORE, MARY ANN 


Cofield 


BEALE, CAROLYN MARIE 


Lillington 


BELL, HELEN JEANETTE 


Warsaw 


BENNETT, BETTY JANE 


Bassett, Va. 


BENNETT, CAROLYN JANE 


Greenville 


BIGGERS, JOHN ALAN 


Monroe 


BIGGS, GEORGE HENRY 


Wilmington 


BIZZELL, ROBERT CHARLES 


Goldsboro 


BLIZARD, LAWRENCE MURAT 


Whiteville 


BLYTHE, JIMMY GRAY 


Seaboard 


BOONE, EDNA MAY 


Gates 


BOONE, JOYCE KAYE 


Elm City 


BORDEAUX, GRADY A. 


Elizabethtown 


BOWDEN, MILLY HART 


Greenville 



BOWEN, VERNA FAYE Ayden 

BOWERS, TENNYS THORNTON Washington 
BOWES, CLYDE BENNY Burlington 

BOYD, RICHARD CLAY Portsmouth, Va. 

BOYETTE, ELUA ANNE Lucama 



BOYETTE, LOTTIE FAYE 
BOYKIN, STEPHEN EARL 
BRADSHAW, RUBY WEST 
BRANTLEY, EDITH FAYE 
BRANTLEY, PATRICIA ANNE 



BREAZEALE, NORMA GWYNNE Wilmington 
BREWER, JACK L. Kinston 

BRILEY, WALTER CHURCHILL Robersonville 
BRINKLEY, GAY DAWN Thomasville 

BRITT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. Fairmont 



BROOKS, JULIA REBECCA Oxford 

BROWDER, SHELIA ANNETTE 

Johnsonville, S. C. 
BROWN, ALMETA Middlesex 

BROWN, CAROLYN B. Llllington 

BROWN, DORIS GAIL Mooresville 



BROWN, EMILY KAREN 


Roduco 


BROWN, HAROLD ELLIS 


Gibsonville 


BROWN, KATHRYN RAYE 


Mt. Olive 


BROWN, OTIS CARSON, JR. 


Greenville 


BROWN, WILLIAM ASHLEY, JR. 


Williamston 


BRYAN, BETTY LOU 


Lumberton 


BRYAN, THELMA JANE 


Bladenboro 


BUCHANAN, JOHN WESLEY 


Broadway 


BULLARD, LINDA FAYE 


Bladenboro 


BULLOCK, CAROL VAUGHN 


Chadbourn 



BULLOCK, PEARLENE ANN Sanford 

BUNCH, EDWOOD FAY Edenton 

BURCH, BONNIE LEIGH Walstonburg 

BURNS, JAMES CROCKER, JR. Sumter, S. C. 

BUSTLE, CHARLES ROBERT Charlotte 



BUTLER, ROBERT PARKER Greenville 

BUTLER, VIRGINIA CAROL Lillington 

CALHOUN, ALICE ELIZABETH Fayetteville 
CALLIHAN, JEWEL ELLEN Elizabethtown 
CAMPBELL, CAROLINE REBECCA 

Rocky Mount 



CANNON, L. JULAINE 
CANNON, TRAVIS ANN 
CARAWAN, KITTY KAREN 
CARR, NANCY LOU 
CARROLL, EDWARD LEE 



Ayden 

Grimesland 

Mesic 

Rocky Mount 

Garner 






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CARROW, DONALD H. 


Bath 


CARSON, BETTY SUE 


Sanford 


CARTER, DONALD WOODSON 


Elm City 


CARTER, JAMES HAROLD 


Fayetteville 


CASTELLOW, WILBUR ALLEN 


Windsor 


GATES, TAD 


Faison 


CATHEY, HENRY SAMUEL 


Greenville 


CATLETT, NORMA JEAN 


Dunn 


CAWTHORNE, LORETTA ANNE 


Zebulon 


CAYTON, RAVENELL HOLLAND 


Edenton 



CHANDLER, JAYNE CAMERON Suffolk, Va. 
CHAPPELL, TED P. Greenville 

CHERRIN, ALAN Wilmington, Del. 

CLAY, ANNE JEANETTE Kinston 

COCHRAN, WILLIAM STEPHEN Washington 



COFFEY, MARY HELEN 


Denton 


COGGINS, NANCY JEAN 


Rocky Mount 


COLWELL, EVELYN DIXON 


Clinton 


COMER, LINDA ANN 


Concord 


CONGLETON, GENEVA JEANETTE 




Washington 


COOKE, LIBBY GWYNETTE 


Mount Airy 


COOLEY, BOBBY EUGENE 


Scotland Neck 


COOPER, WILLIAM EARL 


Elizabeth City 


GOTTEN, SARAH JANE 


Holly Ridge 


COTTON, DONALD GENE 


Raleigh 



COX, JUDITH ANNETTE Georgetown, S. C. 
CRAFT, ANNE HARRELL Saratoga 

CRATCH, JANET CAROLE Aurora 

CRAWFORD, NORWOOD FOYE Jacksonville 
CRAWLEY, WILLIAM CHARLES Raleigh 



CREECH, BENNY GRAY 


Snow Hill 


CREECH, HUBERT 


Pine Level 


CREECH, JOHN TROY 


Smithfield 


CREECH, LINDA L. 


Wilmington 


CREWS, EDNA CHARLOTTE 


Winston-Salem 


CRISP, LYNNDA CROUCH 


Raleigh 


CROSS, LOUIS DANIEL 


Richmond, Va. 


CRUMPLER, VERNON RAY 


Clinton 


CUDE, MARGARET ANN 


Greensboro 



CULVERHOUSE, PEGGY JOYCE 



CUNNINGHAM, SUZANNE Plymouth 

CURRIE, LILLIAN ANN Rocky Mount 

CURRIN, JOYCE ANNE Graham 

CUTLER, JOHN T. Kinston 

CUTRELL, MARY JANE Plymouth 





WEM 










DALE, GEORGIA CAROLYN Wendell 

DANDLIKER, RONDA KAY Greensboro 

DANIELS, GUY WARD Wanchese 

DARDEN, OLA MARCELLE Clinton 

DAUGHTRIDGE, MARY CRAIG Scotland Neck 



DAUGHTRY, ELIZABETH LOUISE Tarboro 
DAVIS, CARROLL ASHTON Elizabeth City 
DAVIS, CAROLYN JAMES Bladenboro 

DAVIS, MARGARET ANNETTE Faison 

DAWKINS, SYLVIA KAY Rockingham 



DAY, ANN ELIZABETH 
DAY, BENJAMIN G. 
DEATON, RONALD REESE 
DENNIS, NANCY MARIE 
DEW, FRANK GORDON 



Durham 

Morehead City 

Troy 

Raleigh 

Plymouth 



DEWAR, JAMES B., JR. Fuquay Springs 

DEXTER, CHARLOTTE WRAY Wilmington 

DICKERSON, CHANDLER L. Oxford 

DICKINS, EDNA LOUISE Goldsboro 

DILDAY, JOSEPH McCOY Colerain 



DIXON, CARL HENRY New Bern 

DUDLEY, DAVID FREDERICK Kinston 

DUDLEY, PHYLLIS JANE Grifton 

DUNCAN, JAMES WILLIAM New Bern 

DUNKLE, ALVIN SMITH St. Petersburgh, Fla. 



DURHAM, JANIS GREY Elizabethtown 

DVINOFF, JESSIE L. Philadelphia, Pa. 

EDGERTON, VICTOR REGGIE Oriental 

EDWARDS, CHLEO GLENNIS Windsor 

EDWARDS, LENDY C. Greenville 



EDWARDS, ROLAND WALLACE Chocowinity 
EFLAND, MILDRED KAY Efland 

ELEY, WILLIAM WYCHE Ocracoke 

ELKINS, SARA FRANCES Elizabethtown 

ELLERBE, NIKKI Rockingham 



ELLIOTT, PATRICIA ANNE Hertford 

ELMORE, THOMAS VERNON Goldsboro 

ENGLISH, WAITUS CARROLL, JR. Warsaw 
EUBANK, MAMIE KIRK Wilmington 

EVANS, PATRICIA GAIL Selma 



EVANS, PATRICIA GRETCHEN Jacksonville 

EVANS, SUE CAROL Wilson 

EVANS, THOMAS BARNES Greenville 

EVANS, THOMAS LUCAS New Bern 

FAGGART, PATRICIA SUE China Grove 



FARMER, PATSY DAWES Elm City 

FARMER, FRANCES ELIZABETH Washington 
FARRELL, EDWARD JOSEPH Durham 

FARRELL, LEWIS JAMES Greenvillo 

FAUCETTE, JEFFERSON HUX Morehead City 



FERRELL. JAMES THERON Fayetteville 

FIELDS, JAMES HEWITT, JR. Kinston 

FLAKE, DOROTHY JEAN Tarboro 

FLETCHER, DAVID BRECKENRIDGE Edenton 
FLOWERS, LULA MAE Rockingham 



FOCHLER, RONALD HENRY New Bern 

FORBES. KENNETH WAYNE Macclesfield 

FORNES, JIMMY RAY Greenville 

FORTNER, RUTH ELAINE Concord 

FOWLE, VIRGINIA CALDWELL Washington 



FRANKLIN, LEWIS GLENN Greenville 

FRAZIER. BETTY RASE Henderson 

FRAZZELLE, CLARENCE WARWICK 

Richlands 
FREEMAN, JOAN Windsor 

FREEMAN. RUFUS RAY Roseboro 



FRICK. WAYNE THOMAS 


Kannapolis 


FULGHUM, LOUIS MARIE 


Wilson 


FUSSELL. NANNETTE 


Bladenboro 


FUTRELL, CLEO PARKER 


Conway 


GABANY, RICHARD GEORGE 


Media, Pa. 


GALLOWAY, CLARICE MARION 


George 


GASKINS, GRADY CAROL 


Greenville 


GAY, JUDY ANN 


Vienna, Va. 


GAY, SYLVIA HOPE 


Framville 


GAYLORD, DAVID SPENCER 


Greensboro 


GERRISH, RICHARD BINNER 


Wilmington 


GILLIKIN, LESTON WHEELER 


Newport 


GILLIKIN, MARTHA MAYA 


Snow Hill 


GILLIKIN, RAYMOND PAUL 


Beaufort 


GENN, HEPPIE CAROLYN 


Snow Hill 



GLENN, RICHARD CHANNING Elizabethtown 

GLOVER, JAMES RICHARD Butner 

GODWIN, JOHN LARRY Lumberton 

GORE, J. D. Nakina 

GORDON, JOHN U. Greenville 



GRADY, FRANKLIN MCLEAN, JR. New Bern 
GRADY, NANCT LILLIAN Kenansville 

GRADY, SANDERS WILSON Goldsboro 

GRAZIANO, DONALD R. Greenville 

GREEN, C. CLINTON Harmony 




GREEN, HAROLD DEAN Brown Summit 

GRIFFITH, JOHN ROBERT South Hill, Va. 

GRIFFIN, BARBARA ANN Middlesex 

GRIFFIN, VERNIE MAE Lillington 

GRIMSLEY, BETSY ANN Asheboro 



GRUSZCZYNSKI, ANTHONY JOSEPH 

Wilmington, Del. 
GURGANUS, JULIA ESTELLE Smithfield 

GURGANUS, MARJORIE JANE Williamston 
GURLEY, CEGERNA BELLE Goldsboro 

GUTHRIE, HERBERT CARLTON Plymouth 



GUTHRIE, SHEILAH HELEN Greenville 

GWALTNEY, ARTHUR R. Greenville 

HALES, CARL WHITAKER Jacksonville 

HALEY, JUDY CAROLE Raleigh 

HALL, MILDRED OPAL Four Oaks 



HANCOCK, ERNEST VERNON Scotland Neck 

HAMILTON, PENNY MAE Hickory 

HAMMOND, CAROLYN JOYCE Fayetteville 

HAMMOND, GALE TOM Wilmington 

HANSEN, SARAH ELIZABETH New Bern 



HARDEE, EDITH FAYE Ayden 

HARDEE, NATHAN THOMAS Portsmouth, Va. 
HARDISON, MILTON RHODES Wilmington 
HARDISTER, NELSON RANDY Badin 

HARDY, BETTY ANNE Winterville 



HARDY, HELEN JEAN Hopewell, Va. 

HARE, JIMMY MARTIN Tyner 

HARGETT, CHARLES FRANKLIN New Bern 
HARRIS, FRANCES JANE Plymouth 

HARRIS, REID VICK Seaboard 



HARRIS, RONALD LEE Kannapolis 

HARRISON, ROBERTA ESTELLE Williamston 
HART, EARL DURWOOD Vanceboro 

HART, ROBERT D. Portsmouth, Va. 

HASKINS, ROBERT WESTLY Goldsboro 



HAWKINS, HELEN ROSE Camp Lejeune 

HEATH, JONICE KAY New Bern 

HERRING, IRIS DOAN Selma 

HENDERSON, CAMILLA ANN Greenville 

HENDERSON, JUDITH CAROLE 

Winston-Salem 



HENDRIX, WILLIAM HERLIE Fayetteville 

HERRING, PATRICIA ANN Albertson 

HICKMAN, RONALD LESLIE Lumberton 

HICKS, HUGH DONALD Kittrell 

HILGERT, NICHOLAS J. Elizabeth City 






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HILL, BERTIE ANN 


Snow Hill 


HOBBS, A. LYNETTE 


Faison 


HOBBS, WINDSOR KEITH 


Warsaw 


HOCKADAY, BETTY ROSE 


Four Oaks 


HODGES, M. EUGENE 


Dunn 


HOLLAND, SUE NEAL 


Gastonia 


HOLLIDAY, CHARLES LEONARD 


Jamesville 


HOLLINGSWORTH, H. DALLAS 


Clinton 


HOLLOWELL, EDWARD EBROL 


Goldsboro 


HOLTON, ROBERT J. 


New Bern 



HONEYCUTT, EMMA JANE Lucama 

HOOKER, SONYA IRENE Rocky Mount 

HOWARD, THOMAS MICHAEL Greenville 

HOWELL, SHELBY JEAN Tyner 

HOYLE, SYLVIA ANN Henderson 



HUDNELI 


., JOSEPH ROBERT 


Oriental 


HUDNELL, MARY ALICE 


Oriental 


HUDSON, 


JAMES GRASON, JR 


Winston-Salem 


HUDSON, 


JANICE DARE 


Greenville 


HUDSON, 


L. GAY 


Grimesland 



HUDSON, WILLIAM LEONARD Rocky Mount 
HUFFSTELLER, LARRY WAYNE Mt. Holly 
HUGGINS, LLOYD FRANKLIN Trenton 

HUMPHREYS, DOROTHY ELIZABETH 

Raleigh 
HUNDLEY, JACKIE R. Draper 



HUNT, CAROLYN FRANCES Rocky Mount 

HUNTER, PATSY FAYE Winston-Salem 

HUNSUCKER, SANDRA ELIZABETH 

Winterville 
HUNT, RONALD ANTHONY Okeechobee, Fla. 
HUTCHINS, REBECCA J. Raper 



HYMAN, KAYE FRANCES 
IRONS, BEN GIBSON 
IVEY, GEORGIA LOUISE 
JACKSON, BILLY RAY 
JACKSON, ROBERT LEWIS 



Oak City 

Greenville 

Thomasville 

Red Springs 

Wake Forest 



Eureka 



JACKSON, STELLA SOULS 
JACKSON, WILLIAM CARLTON, JR. 

Yanceyville 
JENRETTE, POLLY ANN Lake Waccamaw 

JENNETTE, SANDRA RAE Swan Quarter 

JERNIGAN, JOSEPH HUBERT Lewiston 



JESSUP, PEGGY JOYCE Elizabethtown 

JOHNS, FRED LOUIS Fayetteville 

JOHNSON, CHARLES ESTON Roxobel 

JOHNSON, DONALD R. Smithfield 

JOHNSON, DOROTHY GWENDOLYN 

Greenville 




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JOHNSON, JOHN WILEY Dunn 

JOHNSON. JOHNNY EDWARD 

Roanoke Rapids 
JOHNSON, JULIA CATRICH Kinston 

JOHNSON, LARRY EUGENE Durham 

JOHNSON, MARTHA ANNE Benson 



JOHNSON, NORMA LEE Coats 

JOHNSON, WALTER WILLIAM 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM L. Greenville 

JONES, BARBARA ANNETTE Wilmington 

JONES, DOROTHY KAY Raleigh 



JONES, JOYCE CAROL 


Trenton 


JONES, JUANITA 


Littleton 


JONES, KATIE ELIZABETH 


Turkey 


JONES, KENNETH RAYNOR 


New Bern 


JONES, MICHAEL DANIELS 


Manteo 


JONES, ROBERT BEASLEY 


La Crosse, Va. 


JONES, H. SUE 


Ghent, N. Y. 


JONES, WILL 


Farmville 


JONES, WILLIAM EARL 


Swansboro 


JORDAN, DOLORES FAYE 


Belhaven 



JORGENSON, LYNN CHRISTIAN Greenville 
KAMMER, BLANCHE KEELS Sanford 

KEFFER, LINDA LEE Kinston 

KEITH, HESTER MAYNARD Fuquay Springs 
KELLY, DONALD RAY Broadway 



KENNEDY, G. CLAUDE Kinston 

KENNEDY, IDA GERALDINE Kinston 

KENNEDY, TROY WAYNE Winston-Salem 

KILPATRICK, MICHAEL WILSON 

Robersonville 
KIRKLAND, JAMES B. Raleigh 



KITCHINGS, HENRY BROWN 


Zebulon 


KNARR, JOHN JACOB 


Fayetteville 


KNIGHT, LAURA VELMA 


Broadway 


KNOX, M. ELIZABETH 


Tarboro 


LACKEY, JEANNE HURT 


Roanoke Rapids 


LACKEY, THOMAS LANTZ 


Buies Creek 


LAMM, SYLVIA LYNETTE 


Lucana 


LANDON, CAROL BLOWE 


Weldon 


LANE, BETTY HOPE 


Gary 


LANE, PEGGY LOUISE 


Gates 


LANGDAN, BRENDA FAYE 


Raleigh 


LANGDON, PHYLLIS FAYE 


Windsor 


LANIER, REBECCA WELLS 


Wallace 


LANTZ, JAMES HERBERT 


Cambridge, Md. 


LASATER, JEAN CAROLYN 


Sanford 




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LASSITER, FRED IRVIN 


Edenton 


LEE, BERTIE DALE 


Fairmont 


LEE, JANEY ROSE 


Raleigh 


LEWIS, CHARLES FRANKLIN 


Kinston 


LEWIS, VALERIA ANN 


Beaufort 


LILES, JERRY MILTON 


Belmont 


LITTLE, DAPHENE JANE 


Greenville 


LIOFTIN, III JAMES OLIVER 


Mount Olive 


LONG, JAMES ANDERSON, JR. 


Roxboru 


LOUE, SARAH THOMAS 


Clarkton 



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LOWERY, GRAHAM STENSON Rowland 

LOWERY, JACQUELINE LOUISE Raleigh 

LUNG, BARBARA ANN Dayton, Ohio 

LYNCH, DENNIS PARKER Fayetteville 

LYON, GRAHAM DALTON Winton 



McDANIEL, THERESA LOUISE Fayetteville 
McDonald, MARY ELLEN Greenville 

McLAWHORN, V. KAREN Vanceboro 

McNeill, ANDREW PATTERSON Broadway 
McPHATTER, MARY SUE Jacksonville 



MAHLER, ALLA FAYE Four Oaks 

MAIORANO, FRANK ANTHONY 

Wilmington, Del. 
MALLARD, EDITH ANN Burgaw 

MANNING, BARBARA ANN Greenville 

MARSHBOURNE, RACHEL M. Wendell 



MASSEY, JAMES WADE 
MARTIN, BETSY ROSS 
MARTIN, BOWIE GRAY 

MARTIN, LAURA ANN 
MASSEY, WILLIE BYRON 



Pleasant Hill 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

Macclesfield 

Linchburg, Va. 




MATHERS, JOHN L. New Providence, N. J. 

MATHESON, FORREST M. Taylorsville 

MATTHEWS, JOHN THOMAS Hertford 

MATTHEWS, NANCY SPIVEY Bethel 

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM NATHAN Winfall 



MAXWELL, GRACE DARE 


Dunn 


MENEFEE, ROBERT M. 


Arlington, Va. 


MERRITT, ALPHA 


Kinston 


MERRITT, GRACE LEE 


Winnabow 


MIDDLETON, ANN HENDERSON Raleigh 


MILLER, CECIL ILVIN 


Newport 


MILLER, EUGENE LEGRAND 


Raleigh 


MILLER, MICHAEL HOMER 


New Bern 


MILLER, WILLIAM PEARCE 


Shawboro 


MILLIKEN, PATRICIA ANN 


Weldon 



MILLS, MONTROSE Shelby 

MINTON, SHIRLEY JO Elizabeth City 

MITCHELL, JOHN' DAVIS, JR. Woodvillc 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM FRANK Louisburs' 

MIZELLE, CONNIE GAYLORD Plymouth 



MOORE, EUGENE M. 
MOORE, JOHN WILSON 
MOORE, LOIS MARIE 
MOORE, MARY HAZEL 
MORGAN, MRS. LOIS SELLERS 



MORGAN, MRS. LOIS SELLERS Shallotts 

MORGAN, REBECCA JANE Dunn 

MORGAN, VICKIE LEE Elizabeth City 

MOSER, JULIE ANN Graham 

MOSSER, VICTORIA LEWIS Manning, S. C. 



MOYE, LILLIAN BRUCE Greenville 

MUSTIAN, JAMES TAYLOR Warrenton 

MULDROW, ROBERT E. Bishopville, S. C. 

MURPHREY, REBECCA T. Maury 

MURRAY, BARBARA GRAY Roxboro 



MYERS, JAMES WILLIAM Colerain 

NARRON, REBECCA SUE Middlesex 

NEALE, EMILY Wilmington 

NELSON, SANDRA HOLMES Jacksonville 

NESBIT, SARA MARTHA Waxhaw 



NETHERCUTT, HENRY GERALD Beulaville 

NEWBEAN, JOHN EVERETT Colerain 

NEWBY, LeANN BARBER Greenville 

NICHOLSON, MARY LU Hollister 

NOBLES, JACK ALTON Greenville 



NOBLES, JANICE VEST Washington 

NORMAN, FLORENCE MOYE Greenville 

NORRIS, BILLY THOMAS Ayden 

NORVILLE, MARGARET LUEIDA Falkland 
NORRIS, RAYMOND DONALD Alexandria, Va. 



NUNNERY, BRENDA KAY Jacksonville 

NYE, WILLIAM B. Orrum 

OBERSEIDER, JOHN RICHARD Greenville 

ODHAM, STEWART EDMOND Grifton 

OGLESBY, ALLIE JANE Morehead City 



ORR, BETSY BURKE Robbinsville 

ORR, FRANK AUGUSTUS, JR. Raleigh 

OTTAWAY, LOU RAYE Greenville 

OUTLAW, BETTY ANN Mount Olive 

OVERMAN, JUDITH LYNN Fremont 




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OWENS, CLYDE ROLAND Harbinger 

PADERICK, LINDA ROUSE Kinston 

PADRICK, GERALD WARREN Jacksonville 
PAPPAS, IRIS Portsmouth, Va. 

PARKER, GARY GLAY Hopewell, Va. 



PARKER, ROY EARL 


Pendleton 


PARKER, WILLIAM TRUSTON 


Ahoskie 


PARKS, JOANNE MGDONALD 


Greenville 


PATE, MARY LYNN 


Williamston 


PATTERSON, KENNETH JOHN 


Jacksonville 


PEAGOCK, JOSEPH RANDALL 


Ghadbourn 


PEADEN, ANN BROOKS 


Greenville 


PEARGE, GHARLES GILBERT 


Gastalia 


PEARCE, JOE EDWARD 


Gastalia 


PENUEL, EDWARD EARL 


Jacksonville 



PERGERSON, LEONARD GURTIS Reidsville 

PERRY, JANE R. Windsor 

PERSON, JERRY MURPHY Fayetteville 

PETTY, GAROLYN GRAY Aberdeen 

PHELPS, JOAN LELIA Havelock 



PHILLIPS, JOHNNY HARRIS Hertford 

PIPPIN, CATHERINE CLAIRE Zebulon 

PITT, MARGARET ELLEN Rocky Mount 

PITTMAN, KENNETH GERALD Rocky Mount 

PITTMAN, MYRA GAIL Durham 




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PLEASANT, JUDITH ADAMS 
POLLIGK, CHARLES LUTHER 
POPE, JO ANN 

POSEY, CHARLOTTE OTHELA 
POWELL, MARGARET LOUISE 



POWELL, MARY ELIZABETH 
PRESCOTT, JERRY HOLTON 
PREVATTE, HAZEL RUTH 
PRICE, JOHN PHILLIP 
PROUT, LLOYD THOMAS 



PUCKETT, LARRY DAVID 
PUTNAN, GEORGE CARLTON 
QUEEN, SYBIL EVONNE 
QUICK, LINDSEY ROY 
QUINN, JUDITH PERRY 



Angler 

Greenville 

Dunn 

Raeford 

Whiteville 



New Bern 

New Bern 

Pembroke 

Garner 

Durham 



Fieldale, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Shelby 

Laurinburg 

Kenansville 



QUINN, VIRGINIA PICKETT Beulaville 

RACKLEY, NANCY MAE Sharpsburg 

RALPH, BOBBY LEARY Caropeake 

RANKIN, CAROLE ANNE Washington, D. G. 
REAVIS, SYLVIA LOUISE Henderson 





REESE, THOMAS MILTON Rocky Mount 

REEVES, GOODWYN G. Greenville 

RENEGAR, RICHARD ALONZA Fort Bragg 

RENN, CHARLOTTE ANN Lillington 

RICE, VIVIAN L. HoUister 



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RICHARDSON, B. ELIZABETH 


New Bern 


RICKS, MARY ANNE 


Conway 


RIDDICK, JACK HOWERIN 


Belhaven 


RIGGS, JEAN A. 


Kinston 


ROBBINS, BETTY ANDREWS 


Bethel 


ROBERSON, MARCELLUS EVERETT, JR. 




Robersonville 


ROBERSON, STANLEY, JR. 


Kinston 


ROBERTS, BARBARA REE 


Smithfield 


ROBERTS, PATRICIA LANE 


Farmville 


RODRIGUEZ, KAY SANDRA 


Mexico, Mexico 


ROGERS, BETH ANN 


Timberlake 


ROGERSON, JAMES B. 


Greenville 


ROOKS, GENE ALTON 


Rocky Mount 


ROSE, MORRIS EARL 


Mt. Olive 


ROSE, WALTER CLAY 


Franklin, Ohio 


ROUNTREE, SONDRA ELANIE 


Ahoskie 


ROUSE, ADA RAY 


Kinston 


ROUSE, BRENDA M. 


Kinston 


ROYAL, ALEXANDER THOMAS Salemburg 


ROYAL, CAROLYN FAYE 


Fayetteville 


ROYAL, PATSY JOYCE 


High Point 


RUFFIN, HELEN JANE 


Pink Hill 


RUFFIN, MARY FRANCES 


Ahoskie 


RUSS, BONNIE JEAN 


Abbottsburg 


SAIN, JUANITA IRENE 


Hildebran 



SASSER, BARBARA J. Wilmington 

SAUNDERS, PERCY EUGENE, JR. Edenton 
SAWYER, MARY JO Washington 

SCARBOROUGH, DORIS DELORES 

Wake Forest 
SCHMITZ, ROBERT DALE Erie, Penn. 



SCOTT, MARY RUTH Durham 

SELLARS, MARY ALYCE Wilmington 

SESSONS, JANICE LEE Lumberton 

SEXTON, RUTH BLAIR Lillington 

SHACKLEY,-ALAN HOWARD Moyock 



SHAFFER, LEONARD BRADLEN 

Southern Pines 
SHAW, MARY NELL Atkinson 

SHEARON, HUBERT RAINES, JR. Varina 

SHEPARD, CHARLES LEON, JR. Jacksonville 
SHEPARD, LOUISE SHEPARD Goldsboro 



SHEPPARD, MARGARET ANN Washington 
SHOLAR, HARREL GENE Chinguapin 

SHOUP, RONALD CHARLES Boothwyn, Pa. 
SHUTT, MARY F. KIRBY Ash 

SIMMONS, TUTOR A. Church Creek, Md. 



SINGLETON, MARILYN CLAIRE Laurinburg 
SINGLETON, REBECCA GLENN Red Springs 
SINK, WILLIAM HARRY Hovertown, Penn. 
SKINNER, B. LEON Watha 

SKINNER, MYRNA LEE Edenton 



SMILEY, SARA ELVA 


Greenville 


SMITH, BRENDA RUTH 


Thomasville 


SMITH, CAMELIA ELIZABETH 


Wingate 


SMITH, DAVID MACNEILL 


Atlantic 


SMITH, FORREST CARROLL 


Fayetteville 


SMITH, GLENDA FAYE 


Dover 


SMITH, HARRY ELBERT, JR. 


VanceboK) 


SMITH, JOHN LEE, JR. 


Gates 


SMITH, LINDA FAYE 


Clinton 


SPEARS, JUDY J. 


Baltimore, Md. 


SPELL, CHARLOTTE BESS 


Greenville 


SPIVEY, BILL GRIFFIN 


Jackson 


SPRUILL, BETTY LOU 


Aurora 


STANTON, MILDRED PITTMAN 


Greenville 


STAPLES, ALTON BRAY 


Shawboro 


STARLING, DOROTHY SUE 


Roseboro 


STARRETT, M. JOANN 


Gastonia 


STEWART, EDITH CAROL 


Grantsboro 


STEWART, EDITH RUTH 


Broadway 


STEWART, NORMA GRACE 


Broadway 


STOCKS, LESLIE ARNOLD 


Ayden 


STOCKS, THURMAN CLYDE 


Ayden 


STOGNER, CLARA JANNELL 


Waxhaw 


STROTHER, OTIS FURMAN 




Wrightsville Beach 


STYONS, ROBERT BENTON 


Williamston 


SURLES, JAMES R. 


Fayetteville 


SUTTON, DOUGLAS H. 


Mt. Olive 


SUTTON, JAN HUBBARD 


Burlington 


SUTTON, JULIA PAULINE 


Rocky Mount 


SUTTON, MARIE LOUISE 


Kinston 



SWINDELL, PATRICIA Swan Quarter 

TAYLOR, EDWARD LEON Kinston 

TAYLOR, JAMES MILTON Vanceboro 

TAYLOR, JIMMY ALTON Williamston 

TAYLOR, HENRY LINDSEY, JR. Oxford 




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TAYLOR, SUE KATHERINE 
TAYLOR, THELMA ELIZABETH 
TAYLOR, VANCE BUNTING 
TEAGUE, FORREST HENRY 
TEW, BARBARA WHITTINGTON 



TEW, CARLTON RELDON 
THIRFT, DAVID WESLEY 
THOMAS, CLARITA CLARK 



Zebulon 

Kinston 

Bethel 

Durham 



Ontario, Canada 
Asheville 
Trenton 



THOMAS, DAVID ROSS 
THOMAS, JESSE JAMES, JR. 



THOMAS, K. T. 
THOMAS, MYRA ANN 
THOMAS, NELSON NICHOLS 
THOMPSON, HOWARD N. 
THOMPSON, LINDA CAROL 



THOMPSON, RALPH PERRY Albermarle 

THOMPSON, THOMAS JEFFREY Princeton 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROUGHTON 

Chapel H: 
THORNTON, MARY ELIZABETH Mebane 

THORPE, JAMES ALEXANDER Rocky Mount 




THURMOND, NANCY HAYSE Goldsboro 

TRAYWICK, VIVIAN WORETTA Peachland 
TRIPP, BARBARA ANN Madison, Tenn. 

TRIPP, BETTY JO Buies Creek 

TRIPP, JANICE LORRAINE Greenville 



TROGDON, KENNETH Cumberland 

TOLER, GERALD CREECH Princeton 

TOMCZYK, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. 

Wilmington, Del. 
TUGWELL, ROBERT JOSEPH Norfolk, Va. 
TUGWELL, WILLIAM NELSON Walstonburg 



TURNAGE, ELLEN Newport News, Va. 

TURNAGE, JOHNNY MILTON Snow Hill 

TURNER, LORETTA IMOGENE Conway 

TURNER, MARY JEANETTE Teachey 

TURNER, ROY LEE Gaston 



TYER, CHARLIE H. Fountain 

UPCHURCH, HENRY LILES Pittsboro 

VICKERY, ANNE LEWIS Winston-Salem 

VINCENT, JAMES NOAH Greenville 

VINSON, EMILY LYNN Stedman 



VOGEL, MARCELLE CLAUDIA New Bern 

WALL, CELIA ANNE Staniville 

WALKER, ELIZABETH GAIL Battleboro 

WALLACE, SALLIE ANN Greenville 

WARD, ROBERT ALLEN Greensboro 







WARREN, CORA JEAN Washington 

WARREN, MARY YARBOROUGH Rockingham 
WATERS, JOHN THAMES Jaclisonville 

WATSON, CHARLES ROBERT 

Wilmington, Del. 
WATSON, HAROLD LESLIE Deep Gap 



WAUGH, JAMES LOYD 
WAYNE, DORIS REBECCA 
WEBB, DON 

WEIS, ERHARD GEORGE 
WESCOTT, JANET LANE 



Statesville 

New Bern 

Stantonsburg 

Richmond, Va. 

Manteo 



WEST, SHELBY DWIGHT Portsmouth, Va. 

WHITE, CRETHIE STOREY Aulander 

WHITE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Manteo 

WHITEHEAD, ROLAND WAYNE 

Scotland Neck 
WHITEHURST, JACQUELINE COLEY 

Hobgood 



VHITEMAN, GRACE HOPE 


Edenton 


VHITTED, EMILY DALE 


Burlington 


V^HITTED. SALLY JEAN 


Snow Hill 


HLAM, C. ELIZABETH 


Mount Olive 


V^ILCOX, GORDON NELSON Cambridge, Md. 


VILKINS, JERRY LYNN 


Dunn 


VILKINSON, MICHAEL CADE 


Belhaven 


V^ILLARD, CARROLL WAYNE 


Washington 


V^ILLIAMS, RONALD EUGENE 


Henderson 


VILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ANN 


Fayetteville 



WILLIAMSON, PHILIP LYLE New Bern 

WILLIS, JOHN HARRISON Lignum, Va. 

WILLIS, B. TOLSON Elizabeth City 

WILMOUTH, VIRGINIA CAROLYN 

Lynchburg, Va. 
WILSON, ELIZABETH ROSE Whiteville 



WILSON, ELLEN HARRIS Salisbury 

WILSON, SARA FRANCES Angier 

WITZKE, ELIZABETH WEEKS Wilson 

WOOD, M. LARRY Easton, Md. 

WOODARD, W. DICKEY Shelby 



WOOTEN, DONALD MOORE Fountain 

WOOTEN, GLENDA ANNE Watstonburg 

WORRELL, BRUCE T. Greenville 

WORTHINGTON, WALTER T. La' Grange 

WORTHINGTON, WILLIAM KENT Winterville 



WRIGHT, ANN CANNON Elizabeth City 

WRIGHT, JAMES FREDERICK Burlington 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH WOODRUFF Hamptonville 
WRIGHT, NANCY MARTHA Henderson 

WURST, MARIE JANET Palmyra, N. J. 



WYNNE, JO ANN 
YOUNG, ROBERT ELLISON 



Franklinton 
Greenville 



SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 





JOHNNY RESPRESS 
President 



SENATORS 
Susan Street, Bill Meredith 




NANCY CARR 
Secretary-Treasurer 



GLENN BOYD 
Vice President 



JOHNNY RESPRESS 
President 




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ABERNATHY, SILAS HOWARD 

Fuquay Springs 
ADAMS, LOLA DIANNE Kinston 

ADCODK, JIMMY COBB Rowland 

ADCOCK, SHERWOOD LEE Henderson 

ALBRITTON, JANE NORMAN Calypso 



ALFORD, MURRAY MAC 
ALLEN, ANNE FRANCES 
ALLEN, BRENDA LEE 
ALLEN, CAROLYN JEAN 
ALLEN, MARTHA ALICE 



Lumberton 

Farmville 

Pantego 

Morganton 

Wilmington 




ALLEN, SHELBY DEAN Williamston 

ALLIGOOD, GLORIA ANN Washington 

ALLSBROOK, LELAND LAWRENCE 

Scotland Neck 
ALSTON, RUBY LEIGH Windsor 

ANDERSON, BRAYOM EUGENE 

Robersonville 



ANDERSON, MARGARET YVONNE LaGrange 

ANDERSON, TRUDY ELIZABETH Louisburg 

ANDERS, WILLIE CLOYCE Clinton 

ANDREWS, JANE MARIE Clinton 

ANGE, ROBERT LEE Plymouth 



ANSLEY, PATRICIA ANN Wilson 

ANTHONY, BARBARA JEAN Mooresville 

ANTHONY, JULIA BREADY Greenville 

ANTHONY, PAUL LEO Tarawa Terrace 

ARNOLD, IRELL REX Fuguay Springs 



ARNOLD, STANLEY GERALD Fuguay Springs 
ASBELL, JACQUELINE H. Tynev 

AUTRY, GLENN McCRAY Erwin 

AVEXETTE, BARNIE WENDELLE Greenville 
AVERY, BENJIMAN KERR Goldsboro 



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AVERY, MICHAEL VANCE 


Erwin 


BADGETT, JUDITH CAROL 


Broadway 


BAILEY, WILMA FRANCES 


Salisbury 


BAGGETT, JUDY LOUISE 


Windsor 


BAGWELL, TINA COOPER 


Raleigh 


BAKER, NANCY MARIE 


Nashville 


BALDWIN, NORMA JEAN 


Whiteville 


BALLANCE, JO ANNE 


Manteo 


BANKS, DIANNE RUTH 


Holly Ridge 



BANKS, PAMELIA EVANGELINE 



BAREFOOT, KAY LUBERTA Elizabethtown 
BARHAM, FRANK EARL Weldon 

BARNES, JACKIE COOPER Oxford 

BARRETT, BEATRICE VAUGHN Pinehurst 
BARRET, KATHERINE ELIZABETH 

Greenville 



BARROW, DELORES LOVE 


Edenton 


BASNIGHT, REBECCA ANN 


Greenvill- 


BASNIGHT, REBECCA ELAINE 


Roper 


BASS, MARJORIE CARROLL 


Four Oaks 


BATEMAN. ROBERT MIDGETTE 


Ayden 


BAUCOM, JULIA CAROL 


Apex 


BAUM, WALTER G. 


Engelhard 


BAXLEY, CORA SUE 


Saint Pauls 


BAXTER, JOHN R. 


New Bern 


BAYNOR, GENE CROSBY 


Pinetown 



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BEACHAM, SIDNEY TAYLOR WiUiamston 
BEASLEY, BOBBY WINFRED Laurinburjf 
BELL, EDITH ANN Faison 

BENNETT, DAVID GORDON Winston-Salem 
BERRY, JAMES WALTER Aurora 



BERRYMAN, NANCY ANNE Greenville 

BIMONTE, LOUIS ANTHONY 

New York, N. Y. 
BLALOCK, JAICE MARIE Willow Springs 

BLANCHARD. EMILY BERTHA Wallace 

BLAND, CHARLES DAVIS Clinton 



BLANKS, ILVIE GREY Roxboro 

BLUE, JANE EDENS Greenville 

BOBBITT, JIM WALKER Durham 

BODDIE, KATHRYN ELIZABETH Oxford 
BOLTON, JEANETTE R. Warrenton 



BONNER, LANA LEE Greenville 

BOYD, BARBARA REYNOLDS Aurora 

BOYD, BLENN THOMAS Washington 

BOYD, JOHN BLAKE Greenville 

BOYETTE, JANICE BERNICE Clayton 



BRAGG, HENRY JENNINGS Plymouth 

BRANTLEY, ROLAND CHESTER Bailey 

BREWER, JOLINDA Greenville 

BRICKLEY, TED M. New Plainfield, N. J. 

BRINKLEY, JESSE ALBERT Ahoskie 



BRINSON, EMILY Grantsboro 

BRINSON, WILBUR JACKSON Wathi 

BROOKS, BETTY GRAY ReidsviUe 

BROTHERS, ANNE LOUISE Elizabeth City 
BROWDER, HUGH EVERETTE Weldon 



BRYAN, SANDRA KAY Vanceboro 

BUTLER, MURDOCK M. Fayetteville 

BRITT, ANNETTE Mount Olive 

BRITT, CARROLL MERTON Merry Hill 

BROOKS, PHILLIP KELLY Asheboro 



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BROWN, CHARLES DAVID 
BROWN, L. E. 

BROWN, NANCY CARROLL 
BROWN, SHIRLEY H. 



BUCHANNAN, HUGH SMITH Fuquay Spring- 



BUCK, EDDIE ALTON 
BULLARD, THOMAS WINGATE 
BURRIS, MALCOLM LEE 
BUTLER, ELIZABETH ANN 
BUTLER, WILLIAM THOMAS 



BUTTS, INDA BREY 

BYNUM, MERRILLE HAMILTON 
BYRD, HAZEL LAWRENCE 
CALHOUN, JUDITH IRENE 
CAMPBELL, ANNE GREY 



CANNADY, BECKY JO 
CANNON, JAMES ALFRED 
CANNON, JOAN FRANCIE 
CARROLL, WILLIAM WRIGHT 
CARSO, PATRICIA ANNE 



CARSTARPHEN, FRANKIE Williamston 

CARTER, ALFRED WILLIAM Halifax 

CARTER, HELEN VENDRICK Kinston 

CARTER, SANDY LOUISE Keriiprsville 

CARTWRIGHT, MARY MARGARET 

Elizabeth City 



Rockingh 



CAULDER, RAY LEGRAND 
CAUSBY, CHARLES CARROLL 

Hendersonville 
CHAPPELL, WYNDA LYNE Belvidere 

CHAUNCEY, LINDA LORRAINE Grifton 

CHESNUTT, JAMES WARREN Turkey 



CHESSON, BRANTLEY DOUGLASS Bethel 
CHESSON, JESSE PARKER Hertford 

CHESTER, JAMES STEWART Valdese 

CHILDRESS, CLARENCE GUTHRIE Sanford 
CHURCHILL, SHIRLEY JACKSON 

Winterville 



CLARK, LINDA JOYCE 
CLARK, MYRA GAYLENE 
CLARK, SARAH ANNE 
CLARY, SARA WILLIE 



CLAYTON, LAWRENCE HOWARD Henderson 



CLAGG, DELORES ELAINE Jacksonville 

COBB, SANDRA CATHLEEN Snow Hill 

COBURN, MARILYN JOYCE Roanoke Rapids 
COCKRELL, ELSIE SANDRA Rocky Mount 
COLEY, TERRY MICHAEL Belmont 




Saint Pauls 

Albemarle 

Spring Hope 

Gasburg, Va. 





Si 






COLLIER, BETTY JOSEPH 
COLLIER ,CARA EUGENIA 
COLIER, PATSY ANN 
COLLINS, EMILY JO ANN 
COLLINS, NANCY JANE 



Raleigh 

Linden 
Tabor City 
Lumberton 
Franklinton 



COLLINS, WILLIAM THOMAS Hopewell, Va. 
COLTRAIN, ELEANOR GRACE Robersonville 
COLTRAINE, CARL WESEY Durham 

CONDREY, MARY ANN Scotland Neck 

COOLEY, MARY PENELOPE Scotland Neck 



COPELAND, LYNDA PEARL Tyner 

COPLEY, JAMES LEWIS Salisbury 

CORBETT, JOHNNY NORMAN Elizabeth City 

CORE, MARY JUNE Wilmington 

COUCH, ELIZABETH MAE Havelock 



COX, LYNDA LYLE Georgetown, S. C. 

COX, LYNN ALTON Turkey 

COX, WILLIAM BOYD Greenville 

CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE Greenville 

CRAWFORD, NANNIE SUE Greenville 



CRAWLEY, BETTY LILES Littleton 

CRAWLEY, RONALD M. Littleton 

CREECH, DENNIS LAVERN Fayetteville 

CREECH, JUDITH GAYLE Kinston 

CREECH, MARGARET ANNE Zebulon 



CRENSHAW, LAVERN EATMON Greenville 
CRICKMORE, VIVIAN PARNEE Rocky Mount 
CRISP, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Raleigh 

CROCKER, JAMES THOMSA Hampton 

CRUMPLER, EDWARD HUGH Goldsboro 



CRUMPLER, KATRINA Roseboro 

CULBRETH, THOMAS CLARENCE Plymouth 

CULLIFER, JUDITH CAROLE Bethel 

CUMMINGS, JAMES BRICE Greenville 

CUMMINGS, JERRY ALDEN Tarboro 



CURRIN, JULIANA V. Northside 

DANIELS, EDWARD F. Williamston 

DANIELS, PEGGY JEAN Laurel Hill 

DAVENPORT, WALTER KENNETH Clinton 
DAVIS, DEE MANON Gary 



DAVIS, LILLIAN FRANCES Wake Forest 

DAVIS, MARY JOHN Hope Mills 

DAVIS, PEGGY JEAN Hope Mills 

DAVIS, THOMAS L. Hopewell, Va. 

DAVIS, V^'ALTER SHERWOOD Clayton 



DAWSON, LELAND ALLEN Lynnhaven, Va. 
DEAN, EDNA MARIE Timberlake 

DEAN. ROGER LLOYD Durham 

DEATON, JANICE PEARL Goldsboro 

DURICK, MILDRED ELIZABETH Greenville 



DEVANE, ELIZABETH ANNE Clinton 

DEW, BRENDA LEAH Tarboro 

DILLINGHAM, DORIS E. Winterville 

DONAT, CHARLOTTE HAMILTON Farmville 
DOWDY, GARY, JOSEPH Manteo 



DRAUGHON, JAMES HUGH Mount Olive 

DREW, MOLLIE DAVIS Richmond, Va. 

DUDLEY, LARRY DAVIS Beaufort 

DUNCAN, JAMES RAY Clarendon 

DUNLOW, DOROTHY DEAN Robersonville 



DUNN, EDWARD KENT Rocky Mount 

FAIRCLOTH, GLORIA Elm City 

FAUCETTE, LYNDA LOU Selma 

FAULKNER, ROBERT GRANT Kinston 

FAULKNER, WALTER C. Henderson 



FERRELL, GLENDA ALLYNNE Rocky Mount 

FERRELL, HARVEY RONALD Durham 

FINCH, JOHN BRINKEY Laurinburg 

FINCH, LUTHER RONALD Greenville 

FISHER, FRANK WILLIS Battleboro 



FLAKE, JOE MOYE Farmville 

FLEMING, BRENDA RUTH Laurinburg 

FLETCHER, CAROLISTA CABELL Edenton 
FLETCHER, JUDITH ANN Union Grove 

FLOWERS, GLENDA SUE Four Oaks 



FLOWERS, JAMES FINCH Cofield 

FODRIE, ANNE ELIZABETH Greenville 

FOLKES, ROBERT STEVEN Malverne, N. Y. 

FORBES, BECKY LOU Williamston 

FORTESCUE, ELIZABETH Tyner 




FOSTER, ELIZABETH DIANA Graham 

FOSTER, FRANCES ANNE Burlington 

FOSTER, JIMMY WHELESS Louisburg 

FOUNTAIN, JAMES F. Wilmington 

FOWLER, FRED Winston-Salem 



POX, KYLE ANN Portsmouth, Va. 

FRAZIER, DWIGHT MOODY Henderson 

FREEMAN, PATRICIA LEE Swansboro 

FULCHER, DONNIE WILSON Swansboro 

FULP, STEVE COLA Jacksonville 





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FTJNDERBURK, FRED LEWIS Spray 

FUTREAL, CHERRY ANN Rocky Point 

EAGLES,' MARGARET JOANNE Greenville 

EAKES, EVELYN LOUISE Oxford 

EASON, JACKIE PAGE Princeton 



EASON, SALLY BARBIE Butner 

EATMON, SUE C. Wilson 

EBBINGHAUSEN, JOHN DAVID 

Morehead City 
EDWARDS, ERNESTINE Henderson 

EDWARDS, JOE W. Bladenboro 



EDWARDS, PATSY ANN Rocky Mount 

EDWARDS, THOMAS RICHARD Greensboro 
EDWARDS, HARVEY WILSON Goldsboro 

EDWARDS, WINIFRED NELSON 

Roanoke Rapids 
ELIAS, JO ANN Weldon 



ELKINS, TERRY GAIL 
ELLIOTT, PEGGY JOYCE 
ELLIS, BARBARA ANN 
ELLIS, MARTHA CARROLL 
ELLISON, WILLIAM, BYRD 



ERVIN, WILIAM H. 
ERWIN, FRANCES CAROL 
ESTES, ROBERT JAMES 
EVANS, DENNIS RAY 
EVANS, H. B. 



Burlington 

Edenton 

Faison 

Sanford 

Summerfield 



Durham 

Roanoke Rapids 

Norfolk, Va. 

Goldsboro 

Decatur, Ga. 



EVANS, JACQUELINE EUNICE Jacksonville 
EVERETT, SHELVIA JEAN Robersonville 

EVERS, SHELBY JEAN Lumb.erton 

EVES, BETTY CAROLYN Elizabeth City 

EZZELLE, PAULA JEANETTE Rocky Mount 



GADDY, JUNIUS WESLEY Fairmont 

GALE, LINDA RAY Lumberton 

GALLAGHER, SUE GRETCHEN Culpeper, Va. 
GALLIMORE, EMMA JUANITA Norman 

GALLUP, STEVEN RAY New York, N. Y. 



GARDNER, BETTY PARKER 


Pinetops 


GARDNER, NELL DIXON 


Mount Olive 


GARRETT, SARA ANN 


Elizabeth City 


GARRISS, JOHN WAYNE 


Clinton 


GASKIN, EFFIE DAPHINE 


Clarendon 


GASTER, MINNIE GORDON 


Elon College 


GAY, GLADYS EARLE 


Louisburg 


GILLEY, R. JEANNETTE 


Jacksonville 


GLIDEWELL, ILA MAE 


Stokesdale 


GLOVER, M. ELIZABETH 


Gastonia 




GOLDEN, GEORGE DONNLEY Atlanta 

GOODWIN, JOHN LAWSON Apex 

GORE, BILL CHARLES FayetteviUe 

GOSSETT, WILLIAM TED Rocky Mount 

GRADY, JACKIE CAROL Selma 



GRADY, SPENCER RAY Goldsboro 

GRAHAM, JUDITH ANN Efland 

GRANT, THOMAS EUGENE Kinston 

GRIFFIN, BONNIE ELIZABETH Rocky Mount 

GUPTON, FLORA JEAN Glendon 



GURGANUS, ROYAL ARLLIE Jamesville 

GURLEY, SANDRA LARUE Princeton 

GUTHRIE, WILLIAM GRAY New Bern 

GUYTON, JANICE SUE Bladenboro 

GWALTNEY, NELLIE RUTH Greenville 



HACKWORTH, PAT ANN High Point 

HALE, CAROL JUDITH Hope Mills 

HAMILL, WILLIAM NELSON Weldon 

HAMMOND, JACKIE New Bern 

HAMMOND, WILLIAM T. Lancaster, S. C. 



HANCOCK, BETTIE MAVIS Scotland Neck 
HARDIE, SHELVIA JEAN Clarendon 

HARDISON, BENJAMIN FLOYD Arapahoe 
HARDISON, MARJORIE MARIE Kinston 

HARGROVE, EDWARD TAYLOR Norfolk, Va. 



HARPER, VIRGIL BLACKLEDGE Kinston 

HARRELL, ALMA KAY Kelford 

HARRELL, GERALD LESTER Edenton 

HARRIS, HELEN ELIZABEH Bailey 

HARRIS, JAMES ALSTON Portsmouth, Va. 



HARRIS, JAMES REX 
HARRIS, LINWOOD ALLEN 
HARRIS, MARY GAYNELL 
HARRIS, SYLVIA PARKS 
HARRISON, JUDITH LYNN 



Roanoke Rapids 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Enfield 

Plymouth 



HART, MARTHA ELIZABETH Grifton 

HAVELL, LINDA KNOWLES Wallace 

HARWARD, JOHN DOUGLAS Concord 

HATCH, JOHNNY GRATTAN Clinton 

HA WARD, JONES ODEALL Pink Hill 

HAWKES, MALISSIE DOREAS 

Willow Springs 
HAYES, EDITH CAROL Louisburg 

HAZELTON, GEORGE LIVINGSTON 

Greenville 
HEMBY, PAUL CLIFTON Kinston 

HENDERSON, CHARLES HERALD 

Alexandria, Va. 




HENDERSON, JERRY DAVID Ayden 

HERRING, OLIVE GRAHAM Dunn 

HESTER, JOYCE EASTMAN Elizabethtown 

HILL, CAROLYN ROSS Dunn 

HILL, ROBERT EDWARD Kinston 



HINSON, CHARLES RALPH 
HINSON, PHYLLIS EMILY 
HOKE, HETTY WORTH 
HOLLAND, MARJORIE NELL 
HOLLINGSWORTH, JOSEPH WEBSTER 

Roanoke Rapids 



Lilesville 

Whiteville 

Hickory 

Kenly 



HOLLOMAN, ALTON WAYNE Wilson 

HOLLOMAN, AUDREW DIANE Harrellsville 
HOLLOWAY, JUDITH LYNN Fuquay Springs 
HOLLOWELL, JOANN WESLEY Aurora 

HOLMES ANNETTE Bowden 



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HOLTON, ALFORD JESSE Louisburg 

HOOD, A. KAY Goldsboro 

HOPKINS, ELLA LOUISE Jamesville 

HOPKINS, GILES DION Concord 

HORNE, MELBA GAIL FayetteviUe 



HOWARD, DORA MAXINE Pink Hill 

HUBBARD, HERMAN BROADUS Stedman 
HUBBARD, JANICE FAYE Stedman 

HUBBARD, NANCY DEANE Norfolk, Va. 

HUDSON, ISAAC JAMES Vandemere 



HUGHES, PATRICIA ANN Chadbourn 

HULCHER, CHARLES BUTLER 

Kingstree, S. C. 
HUMPHREY, CHARLES ASHLEY Lumberton 
HUMPHRIES, ORVILLE LEE Roxboro 

HUNNICUTT, NORMA JEAN Raleigh 



HUNT, RECTER SAMUEL Burlington 

HUNTER, DOROTHY ROUSE Kinston 

HUNTER, ROBERT KORNEGAY Kinston 

INMAN, AMELIA PAULINE Rowiand 

INMAN, MARY IRENE Lumberton 



INMAN, STUART NELSON Whiteville 

IVEY, LARRY THOMAS Rich Square 

JACKSON, ELIZABETH ANN Laurel Hill 

JACKSON, IDA SUE Dunn 

JACKSON, JIM FRANCIS Winston-Salem 



JACKSON, JUDY FAYE Godwin 

JAMES, ROBERT L. Arlington, Va. 

JENNINGS, WILLIAM CHARLES 

Occoquan, Va. 
JOHNSON, AMOS CEPHAS Willow Springs 
JOHNSON, ANN CAROLYN Angier 




JOHNSON, CHRIS RYAL Benson 

JOHNSON. FAYE ELIZABETH Four Oaks 

JOHNSON, JERRY BAREFOOT Benson 

JOHNSON, JOHN DOUGLAS Fuquay Springs 
JOHNSON, LINDA GAYLE ThomasviUe 



JOHNSON, MARTHA HILL Benson 

JOHNSON. ROBERT KENNETH Greenville 

JOHNSON, SPOTTSWOOD Greenville 

JOLLIFF, MARY ELLA Manteo 

JONES, BONNIE JOYCE Durham 



JONES, EDNA GRAY 
JONES, GENE DOUGLAS 
JONES, JASPER L. 
JONES, JUDY CORBETT 
JONES, MABLE CAULEY 



JORDAN. DEETTA OLIVE 
JORDAN, OZELLA R. 
JORDAN, RUTH CHAPPELL 
JOYNER, EDWARD L. 
JOYNER, ELLEN GAYLE 



Selma 

Ash 

Greenville 

Snow Hill 

Seven Springs 



Apex 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Faye 

Knightdale 



KEEL, FRANCES ELIZABETH Greenville 

KEEL, HILDA SHERON Robersonville 

KEEL, LOWELL, LEE Ahoskie 

KEEN, JANIS LYNN Newton Grove 

KELLY, JAMES DOMINIC Chester, Pa. 



KENNER, NANCY GRACE High Point 

KERLEY, JO NELL Mooresville 

KILLIAN, SANDRA JUANITA Salisbury 

KING, HILDA GRAY Freeland 

KING, NANCY GUY Norfolk, Va. 



KINGREY, ROBERT NEAL Norfolk, Va. 

KNEESHAW, SUE ELLA LaGrange 

KNOWLES, RODNEY LEE New Bern 

KOPLEY, ANNE M. Garden City, N. Y. 

KOONCE, SIDNEY GALE Rocky Mount 



LAKIN, GARY EDWARD Portsmouth, Va. 

LAMBERT, JUDITH ANN Fayetteville 

LANCASTER, CHARLES C. Windsor 

LANCASTER, MARY JO Windsor 

LANDEN, CHARLES MACON Weldon 



LANE, DAVE R. 
LANGDALE, JACKIE S. 
LANGDON, RUBY JELYNN 
LASSITER, SHELDON RAY 
LASSITER, TED ARVIN 



Goldsboro 

Morehead City 

Smithfield 

Gatesville 

Edenton 



LAYTON, CAROLYN JEAN 


Raleigh 


LEACH. MARY GWENDOLYN 


Rockingham 


LEARY, THOMAS GRANT 


Alliance 


LEE, EDWARD GRANT 


Greenville 


LEE, MARGIE FAYE 


Deep Run 


LEE, SUDIE M. 


Williamston 


LEE, VICKIE LOU 


Coats 


LEFAVOR, MARSHALL WADE 


Bayside, Va. 


LEGGETT, HUBERT KERMIT 


Greenville 


LEWIS, IRA GAIL 


Winnabou 



LEWIS, JIMMY WAYNE Wendell 

LILES, CAROLYN NEAL Lilleton 

LINDSEY, VIVIAN WYNNE Plymouth 

LIXEBACK, NEAL GAMBILL Winston-Salem 
LINEBERRY, CURTIS WAYNE Ramseur 



LITTLETON, SUE FOSQUE Gre,enville 

LIVESAY, ROBERT WAYNE Portsmouth, Va. 
LIVINGSTON, FRANKLIN Laurinburg 

LOCKAMY, MALCOLM SCOTT Durham 

LOFTIN, MARY FARRIOR Mount Olive 



LOFTIS. MARGARET SUSAN Madison 

LONG, LINDA KATHRYN Rockingham 

.OVIC, ROBERT HENRY Savannah, Tenn. 
LUPTON, SUE ANN Greenville 

LYNCH, PRISCILLA FAYE Roanoke Rapids 



.YON, MARTHA JANE Durham 

MABRY, ROBERT Albemarle 

VIACDIARMID, JAMES MURRY Rocky Mount 
MAHAFFEY, CHARLES EDWARD 

Elizabeth City 
MIANN, CECELIA GAYLE Jacksonville 




HANN, LINDA FAYE 


Burlington 


HANNING, LOUISE J. 


Bethel 


HARLAN, PARTIA ANN 


Troutman 


•lARSH, JOANN 


New Bern 


HARTIN, LEON GERALD 


Princeton 


MARTIN, MARSHALL GLENN 


Greenville 


MARTIN, WILLIAM LYNWOOD 


Bassett, Va. 


/lASON, JIMMIE EDWARD 


Apex 


dASSEY, JOSEPH EDWIN 


Tarboro 


/[ATTHEWS, JOHN VIVIAN 


Hertford 


lATTHEWS, RONDALL RAY 


Linden 


^AUNEY, MARY EVELYN 


Shelby 


,IAY, CELIA PETTS 


Bailey 


dAYO, MARY ANN 


Burlington 


lAXWELL, PATRICIA ANN 


Raeford 



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MEADOWS, SARAH KATHRYN Hookerton 
MEEKS, GRAY ANDREW Leaksville 

MELTON, ANNIE MARGARET Enfield 

MEREDITH, KENNETH ROSS Charlotte 

MEREDITH, WILLIAM B. Virginia Beach, Va. 



MEWBORN, ROBERT A. Greenville 

MEWBORN, SALLIE MAE Grifton 

MILLER, LINDA JAMES Greensboro 

MILLS, CECIL LEE Goldsboro 

MILLS, JIMMY LUTHER Williamston 



MIMS, RICHARD LEE St. Alexandria, Va. 
MISENHEIMER, VERNON LEE Benton 

MITCHELL, CHARLES A. New Bern 

MITCHELL, MARGARET JOYCE Greensboro 
MIZELL, ARLEN EUGENE Williamston 



MIZELL, EDWARD THOMAS 


Durham 


MONK, MARIANNE 


Ahoskie 


MOORE, BOBBY LEE 


Havelock 


MOORE, CICIL RAY 


Washington 


MOORE, MARY JANE 


Jacksonville 


MOORE, EMILY LOU 


Rocky Mount 


MOORE, JERRY WALTER 


Raleigh 


MOORE, JUDITH ANN 


Canton 


MOORE, ROBERT EUGENE 


Gaston 


MORRIS, JEAN CARROLL 


Elizabeth City 


MORRIS, RALPH WINSTON 


Barnwell 


MORRIS, RAY LEE 


Denton 


MORSE, PEGGY ANN 


Rockingham 


MORTIN, WAYNE KELLUM 


Jacksonville 


MUMFORD, LARRY 


PikeviUe 


MUMFORD, MARY HELEN 


Kinston 


MUNN, MARY ALICE 


Rockingham 


MURPHY, JUDY VELMA 


Southport 


MURRAY, THOMAS WAVELL 


Spray 


MUSE, GEORGE ALLEN 


Ayden 


MOSGRAVE, BONNIE LOVE 


Pikeville 



McARTHUR, WILSON COOPER 

Rockledge, Fla. 
McCAIN, LELIA CAROLE Waxhaw 

McCLAMROCH, GAIL ELIZABETH Raleigh 
McCREA, RONALD DRAPER Durham 



McCULLEN, CAROL LOUISE Clinton 

McCULLEN, SHIRLEY JEAN Clinton 

McCULLEY, DIANE Quantico, Va. 

McDonald, JOHN ALLEN Richmond, Va. 

McGEE, NATHAN EUGENE Conover 




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mckeel, linda elaine 
mclaurin, melton alovza 
McQueen, donald ray 

IWcRAE, MYRNA RUTH 
NADELMAN, EVELYN DIANE 



NANCE, ROBERT ALFRED 
NASH, PHYLLIS DEAN 
NEAL, RONNIE LOVE 
NERLINGER, MADALINE E. 
NEWBERN, ELTON LEE, JR. 



Powellsville 

Wade 

Whiteville 

Lakeview 

Rocky Mount 



Charlotte 

Monroe 

Walkertown 

Brevard 

Colerain 



NICHOLAS, JOHN LEONARD Hampton, Va. 
NICHOLES, JAMES WILLIS Bassett, Va. 

NOBLE, GLENDA SUE Deep Run 

NOBLES, DON WAYNE Washington 

NORDSTROM, CAROL ANN Crawford, N. J. 



OAKES, KATHRYN ELIZABETH Greenville 
OBERSEIDER, NANCY LOU Greenville 

O'BRIEN, DONALD RAY Oxford 

ODOM, VICKI LEE Rocky Mount 

OGBURN, TIMOTHY CLIFTON Garner 



OLIVER, PHYLLIS GAYLE Randleman 

OLIVER, WILLIAM HENRY Plymouth 

OWENS, CAROL ANN Plymouth 

OWENS, WILBUR RAY Greenville 

PARKER, COUGLAS CANADY Hubert 



PARKER, JOAN LUCILLE 
PARKER, JOHN WESLEY 
PARKER, LINDA FAYE 
PARKER, REBECCA ANNE 
PARROTT, LUCY MERLE 



Southern Pines 

Pink Hill 

Four Oaks 

Benson 

Creedmoor 



PATRICK, GEORGE CALAWAY, JR. New Bern 
PEACOCK, JAMES WILLIAMS Wilson 

PEARCE, CHARLES GILBERT Castalia 

PENUEL, ELTN RAY Goldsboro 

PHELPS, WILLIAM E. Windson 



PIERCE, MARY CAROLYN Maysville 

PIERSON, LOUISE DALE Fayetteville 

POPE, JANIE ELIZABETH Lucama 

PORTER, SANDRA CAROLYN Elizabeth City 

POWELL, JACLIE WAYNE Durham 



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POWELL, THOMAS THEODORE Goldsboro 

PRICE, COLLEEN MARIE Trenton 

PRICE. MARTHA ELLEN Rocky Mount 

PRIEST, KAY FRANCES Council 

PRIVETTE, MARGARET ROSE Zebulon 



PROCTOR, KENNETH RAY 
PULLEY, CHARLES OWEN 
PURVIS, STANLEY LEROY 
RADFORD, CLIFTON MAXTON 
RAMSEUR, CAROLYN 



RANDOLPH, SANDRA JANE 
RAYNOR, ANNA KATHERINE 
RAYNOR, CONNIE McNEIL 
RAYNOE, HUGH SAUNDERS 
RAYNOR, REBECCA JEAN 



Statonsburg 

Kittrell 

Bethel 

Goldsboro 

Southport 



Gibsonville 

Greenville 

Beulaville 

Williamston 

Wallace 



READ, ROSE PETTUS Louisburg 

REDFERN, JUDY ELIZABETH Albemarle 

REESE, RONNIE RICHARD Williamston 

REGISTER, ROGER VINCENT Turkey 

REID, WILSON DOYLE Roanoke Rapids 



RESPRESS, JOHN HENRY Washington 

REYNOLDS, RICHARD MAXWELL Lewisville 
RHEM, JULIAN DANIEL Washington 

RICE, JARRIET H. Carthage 

RICKS, CARLTON WILLIAM Conway 



RIDDICK, ANNIE MARIE 


Hobbsville 


RIDDLE, VIVIAN LUCILLE 


Asheville 


ROBERTS, CHARLES BROWN 


Greenville 


ROBERTS, SIGNA FAYE 


Newport 


ROBERSON, GEORGE ALLEN 


Robersonville 


ROBERSON, JOHN EDWIN 


Robersonville 


ROBERSON, LARRY RAY 


New Bern 


ROBERSON, M. CAROLINE 


Robersonville 


ROBERSON, MARY LEE 


Jamesville 


ROBERTSON, BEN DOUGLAS 


Littleton 




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ROBINSON, DEWARD REGINALD Mt. Holly 
ROBINSON, DOUGLAS CARTER Roxboro 

ROBINSON, SARAH LOUISE Kings Mtn. 

ROGERS, JO ANN Williamston 

ROGERS, RETHA ELIZABETH Greenville 



ROGERS, SARA LOUISE Greenville 

ROUSE, GEORGE DANIEL Newport News, Va. 
ROUSE, CAROLYN DIANE Jacksonville 

ROSS, RONNIE SPENCER Swansboro 

ROUSE, MARTHA MAE Hookerton 



ROWE, JIMMY WADE Maysville 

ROYSTER, ELIZABETH CAROL Stem 

RUSS, HARVEY DANIEL Shallotte 

RUSS, PHOEBE DEANE Longwood 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM WISHART Hubert 








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SANDERS, JAMES WALKER 

SANDERSON, J. W. 

SANDERS, PRISCILLA AGNES 

SARASKE, ROSALIND DEANNE Spring Lake 

SAULTER, BARBARA ANN 



SAUNDERS, DORIS JEANNETTE 
SAWYER, JERRY WRIGHT 
SEAGROVES, EDWARD O. 
SESSOMS, MARY LINDA 
SEYMOUR, CHARLES BERNARD 



SEYMOUR, JIMMY BOYD 
SCOTT, JANICE ANN 
SCOTT, JIMMY ALLEN 
SCHWAB, BARBARA JEANNE 

Long Island, N. Y. 
SHACKELFORD, LARRY WAYNE Aurora 



SHARBER, JUNE LOUISE Elizabeth City 

SHEARIN, MIRIAM KAYE Rocky Mount 

SHEPHERD, GLENDA REBECCA Elon College 
SHEPHERD, WOODROW WINDER Greenville 
SHERRILL, MARTHA LOU Hudson 




SHERROD, JERRY SELLARS 
SHOUGH, AARON BISHOP 
SHUMAN, JAMES FRANKLIN 
SINGLETON, BENJAMIN F. 
SINK, ANNA JEAN 



SIMMONS, LYNDA ANN 
SKINNER, FREDDIE E. 
SKIPPER, ANNIE MARGARET 
SMITH, AMBLICK THOMAS 
SMITH, BELINDA CAROL 



Greensboro 

Spray 

Charlotte 

Wilson 

Thomasville 



Hempstead 

Ayden 

Whiteville 

Hubert 

Greenville 



SMITH, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. Fayetteville 
SMITH, CHARLES MARSHALL Henderson 

SMITH, CLENTON JAMES Newport News 

SMITH, DANNY GOLD Raleigh 

SMITH, DAVIE MERWIN, JR. Whiteville 



SMITH, GLENN W. 
SMITH, HELEN VIRGINIA 
SMITH, JUDITH FAYE 
SMITH, MARCUS WESLEY 
SMITH, RICHARD ALLEN 



LaGrange 

Laurinburg 

Rocky Mount 

Winston-Salem 

Kelly 



SMITH, ROLAND DEWITT Asheboro 

SMITH, SANDRA ELLEN Goldsboro 

SPECKMAN, ELEANOR MARY Jacksonville 

SPENCE, DOROTHY MAE Kinston 

SPENCER, PATRICIA ANN Columbia 



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SPENCER, R. S., JR. Engelhard 

SPRUILL, VALERIA DEMERS New Bern 

SOUTH, GEORGE FRANKLIN Richmond, Va. 
STAFFORD, FRANKLIN LEIGH Albertson 

STALLINGS, JONNIE LUCILLE Louisburg 



STANCIL, GEORGE WILEY 


Greenville 


STANLEY, MARTHA LEE 


Wilmington 


STARR, ALICE BLANCHARD 


Creswell 


STARLING, WALTER RUDOLPH, 


JR. 




Pine Level 


STATON, JOHN MOORE, JR. 


Beaufort 


STEINBECK, H. FRANKLIN, JR. 


Greenville 


STEVENS, RICHARD SADLER 


Whiteville 


STOKES, PEARL RANDALL 


Crifton 


STONE, EDGAR WEDDINGTON 


Salisbury 


STONE, WANDA SUE 


Greensboro 



STOTT, JUDY LEE Hampton. Va. 

STOUT, JAMES HAROLD Haw River 

STRAWBRIDGE, JAMES MURRY WiUiamston 
STREET, LINDA SUE Rocky Mount 

STREET, WILLIAM ELLIOTT New Bern 



STROUD, DALE M. 


New Bern 


STUBBS. BRENDA JOYCE 


Kannapolis 


STRUBLE, ROBERT L. Sussex, N. J. 


SULLIVAN, BRENDA FAYE 


Pikeville 


SUMMERLIN, DINO ALEXANDER 


Asheville 


SUMMERS, MERLE THOMAS 


Raleigh 


SUTTON, BRENDA KAY 


Fountain 


SUTTON, JOSEPH ALLEN 


Warsaw- 


SUTTON, MARGARET FRANCES 


Calypso 


SUTTON, MARY ELIZABETH 


Greenville 



SUTTON, WILLIAM LEROY Elizabeth City 

SWAIN, WENDELL LAMBERT Alexandria, Va. 
TABOR, FRANK BENJAMIN Hampton, Va. 

TANNER, BLARNIE THOMAS Rocky Mount 
TANNER, LINDA KATHERINE Rich Square 



.TATUM, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. Elizabeth City 

TATUM, JUDITH ELAINE White Oak 

TAYLOR. JERRY WEST Kinston 

TAYLOR, MALCOLM ALLEN Raleigh 

TAYLOR, SHELBY JEAN Lillington 



TEACHEY, GEORGE RALPH Goldsboro 

TEME, JAMES W. Sanford 

TEMPLE, ANDREA CAROL Greenville 

TETTERTON, MARSHALL O'NEAL Tarboro 
THIGPEN, LAUREL Bethel 




THOMAS, JANE Marshallberg 

THOMAS, JO BETH Springfield, Va. 

THOMAS, JUDITH CARLENE Beulaville 

THOMPSON, LIN Southern Pines 

THOMPSON, MYRA ELLEN Princeton 



THOMPSON, SANDRA LEE Greenville 

THORNTON, LINDA LEE Ahoskie 

TILLEY, ROBERT C. Goldsboro 

TOLER, PAMELA JEAN Washington 

TOWE, JOSEPHINE DAVIS Hertford 



TRENT, FRANK W. Cameron 

TRIPP, PEGGY ANNE Raleigh 

TRUESDALE, JUANITA SUSANNE 

Alexandria, Va. 



TUCKER, DAVID LESTER 


Greenville 


TURNER, CONAL NEWBURN 


Colerain 


TUTTEROW, CURTIS CUGENE 


Asheboro 


TYLER, MARTHA ELIZABETH 


Lexington 


TYNDALL, FANNIE ROSE 


La Grange 


VAUGHAN, BRENDA 


Raleigh 


VAUGHAN, NANCY CAROLYN 


Wake Forest 


VEASEY, LUTHER AUBREY 


Creedmoor 


VOGEL, WILLIAM CHARLES 


New Bern 


WAGEMAKER, JULIAN DEAN 




Williamson, N. Y. 


WAINWRIGHT, BETH ELAINE 


Farmville 


WALL, STEPHEN GARLAND 


Raleigh 



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WALLACE, SYLVIA ANN Bath 

WALSTON, VIRGINIA LYNN ScotlandNeck 

WARNER, RALPH EDWARD Leaksville 

WARD, LEROY Nakina 

WATERS, JESSE B. Pinetown 



WATERS, WILEY MOYE Winterville 

WATSON, BRETT THOMAS 

Darlington Heights, Va. 
WATSON, MILLARD RAY Goldsboro 

WATSON, SAM LEROY Goldsboro 

WATSON, WINSTEAD EARL Kesly 



WEATHERLY, LARRY KEITH Hamlet 

WEAVER, MAURICE ALLEN Fuquay-Varina 
WEBSTER, KENNETH IRVIN Red Springs 
WEEKS, CLARENCE JOHNSON Whitakers 
WEST, GERALD VANCE Fayetteville 



WEST, MATILA TART Roseboro 

WEST. NANCY MARIE Winston-Salem 

WHEATLEY, JAMES ROLEN Beaufort 

WHELESS, BRENDA LOU Zebulon 

WHITE, JIMMIE RALPH Hertford 




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WHITE, ROBERT EDWARD Edenton 

WHITE, SARA LOU Windsor 

WHITEHURST, SHIRLEY BROWN Stokes 

WHITFIELD, DAVID LEE Kinston 

WHITFIELD, R. GERALDINE Mt. Olive 



WHITFIELD, ROBERT LATHAM Greenville 

WHITFIELD, WILLIAM ANTHONY 

Robersonville 
WHITLEY, RAY Zebulon 

WHITLOW, MARTHA LEIGH Lexington 

WIGGS, ARITTA KAY Selma 



WIGGS, ELTON EDWIN Princeton 

WILDER, JOSEPH S.T. Roanoke Rapids 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES OWEN Newton Grove 
WILLIAMS, HILDA ELIZABETH Tarboro 

WILLIAMS, HUGH OWEN Seaford, Del. 



WILLIAMS, JANICE BOSTIC BeulaviUe 

WILLIAMS, JOYCE FAYE Goldsboro 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH ABIGAIL Erwin 

WILLIAMS, MARION KAYE Hillsboro 

WILLIAMS, NORMA FAYE Newton Grove 



WILLIAMS, SHERRILL DOUGLAS Greenville 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM HARVEY Robersonville 
WILLIAMSON, ELLEN CAROLE Clinton 

WILLIS, GLENDA LEE Stacy 

WILLIS, MARGARET CAROL Harkers Island 



WILSON, WAYLON LLOYD 


Sanford 


WINBERRY, JERRY MOORE 


Jacksonville 


WINSTEAD, JACKIE MARIE 


Franklinton 


WISE, ROGER WILLIAM, JR. 


Goldsboro 


WOOD, PEGGY M. 


Greenville 


WOODSON, JEAN PAGE 


Fayetteville 


WOOLARD, MOYE WAYNE 


Washington 


WORRELL, WILLIAM E. 


Rich Square 


WORSLEY, SAMUEL M. 


Oak City 


WORTHAM, JAMES H. 


Fuquay Springs 


WORTHINGTON, MARY ANN 


Winterville 


WYATT, BUDDY WAYNE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


WYNNE, VERNICE JANE 


Stokes 


YEOMANS, DANIEL W. 


Harkers Island 


YORKS, CARL B. 


Durham 



YOUNG, BOBBY WADE Rolesville 

YOUNG, WILLIAM FOSTER Greenville 

ZSCHAU, EDWIN ARTHUR EUGENE, JR. 

Raleigh 



FRESHMAN 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 





BILL EYERMAN 
President 



SENATORS 

Marsha Whitworth, Tommy Mallison 




LINDA WHITWORTH 
Secretary 



BOB CHRISTENSEN 
Vice President 



POLLY BUNTING 
Treasurer 



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ADAMS, ALLEN McCRARY 
ADAMS, JUDY CAROLE 
ADCOCK, EDNA ROSE 
ADCOCK, ELIZABETH ANN 
ADCOCK, VIRGINIA CLYDE 
ADKINS, MARGARET ANN 



ADLER, LOUIS FOXMAN 
AIKEN, PATRICIA LOUISE 
ALBERTSON, LINDA CAROL 
ALDRIDGE, CAROL ELAINE 
ALDRIDGE, WANDA JEAN 
ALFORD, JAMES BASS 



Mt. Olive 

Benson 

Oxford 

Rowland 

Fayetteville 

Rocky Mount 



Tarboro 

Durham 

Beulaville 

Harrisburg 

Washington 

Wilson 



ALFORD. WINNIE EVELYN Whitaker.s 

ALLEN. ARLENE ETHEL Newport News, Va. 
ALLEN. BARBARA LYNN High Point 

ALLEN. EBERN EARL Greenville 

ALLEN, JO ANN Mebane 

ALLEN, ROBERT RANDOLPH Williamston 



ALLISON, JAMES RICHARD Reidsville 

ALLSBROOK. PAMELA KAY Scotland Neck 

AMAN, GENE THOMAS Jacksonville 

ANIS. WALTER SCOTT Benson 

ANDERSON, JOHNNY YOUNG Marion 

ANDERSON. SANDRA JEAN Scotland Neck 



ANDERSON, WILEY ROADBRICK Fountain 
ANDREA, JUDITH MICHELE Alex, Va. 

ANDREWS, JAMES TRACY Liberty 

ANDY, CAROLYN ANN Tarawa Terrace 

ANGLE, BILLIE AURIA Winter Park, Fla. 

AREY, RONALD STUART Albemarle 



ARMSTRONG, LINDA GAIL Portsmouth, .Va. 
ARMSTRONG, MARGARET ANN Plymouth 
ARNOULT, JOSEPH HENRY Martinsville, Va. 
ARTHUR, CHARLES LETHCO Kinston 

ASHLEY, NADEAN LEE Timberlake 

ASKEW, NORLEEN EMELINE Colerain 



ATKINS, LINDA LEE Newport News, Va. 

ATKINSON, MYRA GAIL Kenlv 

AUSLEY, BILLY WAYNE Fuquav Springs 

AUSTIN, ALFRED ROWLAND Lumberton 

AUSTIN^ DAWN ELIZABETH High Point 

AUTRY, BETTY REAVES Hempstead 



AVERETTE. PATRICIA ANN 


Greenville 


AYCOCK. GEORGE ALAN 


Goldsboro 


BACON. LEE HARRIS 


Salem, N. J. 


BAILEY, BETTIE JO 


Wilson 


BAILEY, HERBERT T. 


Tarboro 


BAILEY, NANCY RUTH 


Raleigh 


BAILEY. OTIS TALMADGE 


Graham 


BAILEY, SANFORD WALTER 


Wake Forest 


BAILEY, SHELLIE DEW 


Wilson 


BAILEY, SUE LYNN 


Benson 


BAIRD, ROBERT LANDER 


Raleigh 


BAKER, DON ALEN 


Kinston 


BAKER, JO ANN 


Greenville 


BAKER, RITA WILSON 


Gates 


BALTZEGAR, JAMES WARDLAW Wilson 


BARCO, BARBARA GAYE 


Grandy 


BARHAM ,CAROLE ANNE 


Seaboard 


BARBER, CLARENCE WILBERT 


Mt. Olive 



BARCLAY, NORMAN DAVID Norfolk, Va. 

BARDIN, SUSAN MARIE Durham 

BAREFOOT, MILES FRANKLIN Greensboro 

BARFIELD, JUDY ANN Charlotte 

BARKLEY, ERMA CHARLOTTE Sharpsburg; 

BARNES, HULDAH JEAN Wilson 



BARNES, KENNETH TOSTOE Jacksonville 

BARNHART, MARTA JUNE Burlington 

BARNHILL, DONNYE VIVIAN Battleboro 

BARROW, DONALD NEIL Goldsboro 

BARWICK, RODNEY WALTER Seven Springs 

BASNIGHT, WILLIAM B. Norfolk 6, Va. 



BASS, LYNWOOD ANDERSON, JR. Wilson 
BASS, MINNIE FRANCES Goldsboro 

BATCHELOR, BARBARA JO Nashville 

BATEMAN, JAMES HAROLD Danville, Va. 
BATEMAN, WASHINGTON E., Ill Belhaven 
BATSON, JAMES ALBERT Mt. Olive 



BEAMAN, CECIL WOOD Snow Hill 

BECK, CAROLYN VIRGINIA Zebulon 

BEDDINGFJELD, FRANK MARTIN 

Wake Forest 
BEDSWORTH, SARITA PEARL Morehead City 
BELCHE, JUDITH FAYE Castalia 

BELL, CLARA BENNETTE Rocky Mount 



BENDER, RALPH ANDREW Jacksonville 

BENMOUYAL, PIERRE P. Casabanca, Morocco 
BENNETT, BRYAN L. Bayside, Va. 

BENNETT, ELIZABETH ANN Ayden 

BENSON, JIMMY CARLTON Clayton 

BERKUT, NANCY KAY Chapel Hill 



BERRY, JOHN RAY Morganton 

BETHUNE II, MARVIN LESTER Bunnlevel 

BIGGS, RITTIE JEAN Williamston 

BIVINS, AGNES CAROLYN Hillsboro 

BLACK, EDWARD MANFORD Greensboro 

BLACK, SANDRA KAY Fayetteville 

BLACKLEY, LaVERNE Durham 

BLACKWELDER, CHARLES RICHARD 

Hillsboru 
BLAKE, JAMES ALLEN Barium Springs 

BLAND, SUE ANN Kinston 

BLANN, IRMA LEE Goldsboro 

BLANTON, GARY CARLTON Mountain 



BLANTON, JAMES CORDELL Kings Mtn. 

BLIZZARD, JOYCE ANN Beulaville 

BLYTHE, MARGARET ELIZABETH Seaboard 
BOBBITT, JOAN FRANCES Rocky Mount 

BOLEBITT, RICHARD BOSWELL "Durham 

BONNER, MICAJAH MIXON Greenville 



BOONE, HENRY CHESTER Gates 
BOUTCHARD, SUSAN GAIL 

Newport News, Va. 

BOWERS, DAN LEWIS Norlina 

BOWLING, WILLIAM HAL Sanford 

BOWYER, SAMUEL WENDELL Salisbury 

BOXLEY, ROBERT WILLIAMS Fairfax, Va. 



BOYD, BILLIE BINCHAM Durham 

BOYD, PATRICIA ANN Winston-Salem 

BOYETTE, LYNETTE Clinton 

BRACEY, WILLIAM CHARLES Mt. Olive 

BRADLEY, DAVID JOHNSON Benson 

BRADLEY, EARL TILLMAN Kinston 




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BRADLEY, RUSSELL LEE Springfield, Va. 
BRADLEY, SANDRA WRAY Tarboro 

BRAFFORD, VICTORIA Portsmouth, Va. 

BRANCH ROBERT CLINTON. Ill Rocky Mount 
BRANDON, ELIZABETH RANEY Wilson 

BRANNON, ELIZABETH KAY Sanford 



BRANNON, JOE PALMER Sanford 

BRASWELL, BILLY EDMUND Pine Level 

BRAXTON, JULIA CAROLYN Robersonville 
BREEDLOVE, JOHN RICHLAND 

Fuquay Springs 

BREWER, DONALD LEE Star 

BREWER, HILDA MARIE Clinton 



BREWER, LINDA ELAINE Siler City 

BREWER, PAUL ANDERSON Wilson 

BREWER, RICK DOUGLAS Belleville 

BRIGHT, NORMA FAYE Elizabeth City 

BRINKLEY, WILLIAM EARL Greenville 

BRINSON, DOROTHY LaRUE New Bern 




BRINSON, JAMES IRVIN New Bern 

BRISSON, JUDY HESTER Bladenboro 

BRITT, HENRY VANN Clinton 

BRITT, NANCY ELEANOR St. Pauls 

BRITT, NETTIE SUE Bladenboro 

BRITTAIN, LARRY JAMES Rural Hall 



BRIXHOFF, LYNDA CAROL Wake Forest 

BROCKWELL, RICHARD WAYNE 

Emporia, Va. 
BROOKS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Oxford 

BROOKS, LELA JEAN Raleigh 

BROOME, DONNA MARIE Tarboro 

BROWN, BARBARA JANE Louisburg 



BROWN, BENJAMIN GOODWIN Tarboro 

BROWN, CLAUDIA CARROLL Marshalberg 

BROWN, DORA ANN Greenville 

BROWN, EDITH ANN Teachey 

BROWN, ELIZABETH FAYE Wilson's Mills 

BROWN, JOYCE EARLEAN Mooresville 



BROWN, PATRICIA LOUISE 



Hobbsville 



BROWN, WAYNE CHRISTOPHER Swansboro 
BROWN, WILLIAM ASHLEY, JR. Tarboro 

BROWNING, DONALD JOSEPH Durham 

BROYLES, MARTHA ANNE 

Fredreicksburg, Va. 
BULLARD, JACKIE FAYE Chadbourn 



BULLOCK, GEORGE MONROE Fuquay Spring> 
BULLOCK, JACQUELINE OLIVIA Goldsboio 
BULLOCK, :\LA.RVIN FRANKLIN Roidsvillo 

BUNCH. BETTY REBECCA Edenton 

BUNCH, MARGARET ROBERTA Elizabeth Cuv 
BUNDY, OLA MAE Elizabeth City 




BUNTING, MELA KATHRYN 
BUNTING, POLLY LIXDA 
BURGESS, EDNA KAYE 
BURKETTE, DAMD AARON 
BURKS, BARNEY 



BURROUGHS, DIANE FRANCES 



BRUTON, WILLIAM GEORGE Hampton, Va. 
BUTLER, CINDA LOU Goldsboro 

BUTLER, MORRISON KERRY Zuni, Va. 

BYRD, DENNIS PAUL Morganton 

CAHOON, BENNIE GAYLE Portsmouth, Va. 
CAIN, ELLEN MARIE Roseboro 




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CAIN, LINDA HARRIET 


Fayetteville 


CAMLEN, OLINDA 


Wilson 


CAMERON, BETTY JO 


Sanford 


CAMERON, JULIAN McNABB 


Carthage 


CAMPBELL, CAROLYN ANNE 


Greensboro 


CAMPBELL, RALPH DONALD 


Salisbury 


CANIPE, BRENDA JOYCE 


Rockingham 


CANIPE, MICHAEL EUGENE 


Charlotte 


CANIPE, PEGGIE JEWELL 


Rockingham 


CANNADY, DIANA GAY 


Ahoskie 


CANNADY. SYLVIA DELORES 


Roseboro 


CANTRELL, HENRY BECKER 


Morganton 


CRANRHAN, MARTHA OLIVIA 




Fresh Meadows, N. Y. 


CAROON, NATHAN ALTON 


Ayolett 


CARROLL, KLIZABETH 


Winterville 


CAIROWAY, KENNETH L. 


Norfolk, Va. 


CARTER, GERALDINE ELLEN 


Cherry Point 


CARTER, HELON GRACE 


Pink Hill 


CASEY, PEGGY MARIE 


Kinston 


CASH, PEGGY MORRIS 


Youngsville 


CASH, PETER FRANCIS 


Danville, Va. 


CASH, RALPH LEE 


Farmville 


CASSICK, CAROL ALLEN 


Greenville 


GATES, CAROLYN MADELINE 


Burlington 


GATES, EDITH ANNE 


Tarboro 


CAUDILL, SUE CAROL 


Star 


CAVEN, GAIL WINSTON 


Greensboro 


CAYTON, DARRELL BROWNING 


Aurora 


CHALK, DENISE RHYNE 


Moyock 


CHAMBERS, KENNETH OBE 


Salisbury 



CHANDLER, RONNIE LEE Rougemont 

CHENY, CLAUDIA Wayne, Mich. 

CHESHIRE, WILLIAM EDWARD Williamston 
CHESTNUT, FRED BLANCHARD Greenville 
CHESTNUTT, SYLVIA IRENE Magnolia 

CHIARENZA, ANTHONY AMERIGO 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



CHRISMAN, GRAY BLAINE McLean, Va. 

CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT CURRIER 

Washington, D. C. 
CLARK, WILLARD JAMES Bonlee 

CLARKE, MARILYN GAYLE Albemarle 

CLEGG, PHILIP GEORGE 'Durham 

CLIFTON, SALLY JO Clinton 



CLIFTON, SUSAN ROYALL Paison 

CLINARD, RAYMOND NOLAN High Point 

CLONINGER, JERRY Kings Mountain 

COBB, SANDRA LORRAINE Merry Hill 

COCHRANE, ALICE JUANITA Weldon 

COFFEE, GERALD THOMAS Whiteville 



COLEMAN, BARBARA LEIGH Scotland Neck 

COLEY, HARVEN TURNER, JR. Rocky Mount 

COLEY, JO ANNE ~ ■ "■ 

COLLIER, MARY HA WES 

COMBS, LE ANNE 

COMER, JULIA ELIZABETH 



Rocky Mount 
Greenville 
Dover 
Cameron 



COMPTON, NANCY GAYLE Sanford 

CONDER, ANNE RUSSELL Swansboro 
CONEPA, JOHN COLUMBUS 

Newport News, Va. 

CONGLETON, KENNETH RAY Aulander 

CONNELL, JOHN MARTIN Raleigh 

COOKE, FAYE ELLEN Stantonsburg 



COOPER, CINDY JO Rocky Mount 

COOPER, SANDRA FAYE Salisbury 
COPPEDGE, FAYE COLLIER 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

COTTEN, NANCY BOYD Scotland Neck 

COTTINGHAM, JOHN Durham 

COULTER, BRENDA LOU Winston-Salem 



COX, BEVERLY BARRETT Newport News, Va, 

COX, CAROL ROSE North Wilkesboro 

COX, CHARLOTTE LEE Morehead City 

COX, J. ELLEN Burlington 

COX, RONNIE HURST Winterville 

COX, STANLEY WILSON Sanford 



COZART, HATTIE FRANCES Greenville 

CRAWLEY, GLORIA JANE Ayden 

CREECH, JULIA FULLER LEE Kinston 

CREECH, NORMAN DAVID Selma 

CREEDMORE, NANCY ANN Statesville 

CRISP, CHARLES AGUSTUS Williamston 



CRISP, JEAN EDWARDS 
CROCKER, SYLVIA ANN 
CROSS, JAMES LAWRENCE 
GROUSE^ ESTHER MOZELL 
GROUSE, LINDA CAROL 
CRUMPLER, DOUGLAS LAMAR 



CRUTCHLOW, ELLA SUE 
CULLIPHER, LOUIS ARNOLD 
CUMMINS, ROMA LEE 
CURRIN, BONNIE LOU 
CURRY, JIMMY CLAYTON 
DAIL, LOUIS WILMER 



DALLAS, GARLAND SANFORD 
DOLLYHIGH, SANDRA LEE 
DANIEL, BETTY BROOKS 
DANIEL, HARRIETT THOMAS 
DANIEL, HENRY SAMUEL 
DANIEL, RUTH CARL 



Lewiston 

Henderson 

Hubert 

Winston-Salem 

Greensboro 

Clinton 



Suffolk, Va. 

Colerain 

Mooresville 

Oxford 

High Point 

Greenville 



Roxboro 
Asheboro 
Asheboro 
Oxford 
Longhurst 
Henderson 



DARDEN, THOMAS SIDNEY Faison 

DAVENPORT, BERTRAM LLOYD Columbia 
DAVENPORT, JACK VERNON Winterville 

DAVENPORT, JANE PAGE Washington 

DAVIS, ANDRED MARTIN Richmond, Va. 

DAVIS, CAROLYN ANN Roper 



DAVIS, CHARLES MICHAEL Seven Springs 
DAVIS, DARRLY BRANTLY Gary 

DAVIS, EDGAR QUINTON Hamilton 

DAVIS, JANICS FAYE Rocky Mount 

DAVIS, MARGARET CARLEEN Huntersville 
DAVIS, MARGARET ROSE Fayetteville 



DAVIS, OLIVIA ANN Beaufort 

DAVIS, PEGGY LEVERNE Louisburg 

DAVIS, REBECCA ANN Winston-Salem 

DAVIS, SUSANNE TELFAIR Wilson 

DAWSON, DUMAS HALDENE Dunn 

DAWSON, WILLIAM DAVID Dunn 



DEBERRY, VICTOR ANN Roanoke Rapids 

DEBRUL, CAROLYN FAYE Kinston 

DESMOND, TERRY MICHAEL Kinston 

DENISE, ALFRED FORREST Broadway 

DENNIS, DAVID BOYETTE South Norfolk, Va. 
DENNIS, ERNEST PHILLIP High Point 



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DENTON, BOBBY LEE Rocky Mount 

DENTON, FRANK EDWIN Raleigh 

DERCOLE, PATRICIA ANN 

Clifton Heights, Pa. 
DICKENS, DONALD CLEVELAND Enfield 

DICKENS, DONNA YVONNE Fuquav Springs 
DICKERSON, SARAH ROCHELLE Raleigh 



DILDAY, JAMES EARL 
DIXON, ANNIE LAURA 
DIXON, JACKIE BENNETT 
DOUGLAS, BETSY CAROLE 
DOWD, CAROLYN ANN 
DOWNEY, RICHARD FORREST 



DOYLE, JUDITH ANNE 
DRAPER, JOHN ROBERT 
DUDLEY, BONNIE M. 
DUDLEY, ROBERT LEE 
DUKE, JOSEPH B. 
EARBY, JAMES BANKS, III 



EARNHARDT, RALPH HARVEY 
EARNHARDT, SANDRA LOU 
EASON, REBECCA LAURIEE 
EASON, TIMOTHY GARY 
EATMON, VELMA RUTH 
EDGERTON, LOIS LEL 



Ahoskie 

Oxford 

Clinton 

Salisbury 

Bear Creek 

Goldsboro 



Gary 
Suffolk, Va. 
Greenville 
Norfolk, Va. 
Washington 
Madison, Va. 



Concord 

Salisbury 

Hickory, Va, 

Jacksonville 

Woodland 

Kenly 



EDMONDS, MARY JANE Roanoke Rapids 

EDWARDS, BERTHA ANNETTE Enfield 

EDWARDS, HOYT LEE Franklinton 

EDWARDS, JAMES PRESTON Sniithfield 

EDWARDS, JAMES ROGER Washington 

EDWARDS, JOHN KEEN Martinsville, Va. 



EDWARDS, LINDA KAY Greenville 

EDWARDS, LINDA LOU Newport 

EDWARDS, THOMAS ERWIN Washington 

EFLAND, LINDA KATHLEEN Efland 

EIDUKE, FRANCIS VINCENT Washington, Pa. 
ELKS, EVA JEAN Griniesland 



ELLEN, THOMAS JOEL 
ELLER, JERRY WAYNE 
ELLIOTT, PAUL DAVID 
ENNIS, GAY NELL 
ENNIS, JAMES RAY 



Raleigh 

Granite Quarry 

Wallace 

Benson 

Smithfield 



EREXSON, JAMES WALLACE, JR. Greenville 



ETHERIDGE, PAUL COLLINS Oak Citv 

EUGLOW, JUDY CARRIETTA Portsmouth, Va. 
EVANS, BETTY GAYLE Laurinburg 

EVANS, CHARLOTTE MERLE Selma 

EVANS, NANCY CAROLE Marshville 

EVERETT, EDITH RODGERS Robersonville 



EVERETT, WILLIAM H. JR. Hamiton 

EVERETTE, ANNIE MAE Greenville 

EYERMAN, WILLIAM PENN Fort Bragg 

FACENDA, ANITA MARIE Hatteras 

FAGLEY, RUBY JENNETTE Portsmouth 

FAIRCLOTH, MARTHA ELIZABETH 

Fayettevillc 

FARMER, DOTTIE JANE Greenville 

FARNELL, EDWARD WALTON, JR. 

Jacksonville 
FARRIOR, PATRICIA KAY Southern Pines 

FAUST, ISAAC HENRY Asheboro 

FELTON, CLIFTON HARRY Rocky Mount 

FELTS, CAROL MARGARET Norlina 




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FEREBEE, BEVERLY ANN New Bern 

FEREBEE, EDWARD BOSWELL New Bern 

FIPPS, LOWERY LANE Clarendon 

FISH, JUDITH BARBOUR Willow Springs 

FISHER, GLEEN JAMES, JR. Concord 



FISHER, MAX NORVILLE Engelhard 

FITE, CYNTHIA DIANE Belmont 

FITZGERALD,. KENNETH ROBERT Kinston 
FITZGIBSON, SANDRA LOUISE 

Southern Pines 
FLAKE, ELMER GAY Greenville 

FLIPPIN, ARLEN WAYNE Winston-Salem 



FLOWERS, LINDA BERTA 
FORBES, LYLE OTIS 
FORBES, PATTIE JEANETTE 
FOBIS, ANNIE LEE 
FORD, GLORIA DALE 
FOSTER, DUDLEY DAVIS 


Wilson 

Shawboro 

Elizabeth City 

Greensboro 

Richmond, Va. 

Kinston 


FOX, SUE CAROL Goldsboro 
FRANKLIN, BEN HILL High Point 
FRANKLIN, CHARLES ROBERT Kinston 
FRANKS, AVA GRAY Ayden 
FRAZIER, JAMES RANSOM, JR. Oxford 
FREEMAN, ETHEL CAROLYN Bladenboro 


FRICK, CHARLES DOUGLAS 
FRIEDKIN, JUDITH CECILIA 
FROST, JERYL DAVID 
FULFORD, EDWARD EARL 
FULFORD, JERRY PAYNE 
FUSSELL, DAVID GEDDIE 


Salisbury 

Chester, Penn. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Wilson 

Beaufort 

Rose Hill 


FUTCH, ELLEN CARYL Burgaw 
GALLOWAY, FRANKIE JEROME Wilson 
GAMMON, LINDA JANE Weedsdale 
GARDNER, LINDA ANN Goldsboro 
GARDNER, MARY JANICE Oak Ridge 



GARNER, NANCY ELIZABETH 

Roanoke Rapids 



GARRETT, BARBARA INEZ Bath 

GARRIS, CHERRY ARBOR Williamston 

GARTMAN, LAURA U. Portsmouth, Va. 

GASKILL, LINDA CATHERINE Elizabeth City 
GASKINS, NANCY FAYE Enfield 

GAY, BRENDA MARTIN Youngsville 



GAY, MARY ELIZABETH Walstonburg 

GERLINGER, MARTHA DAWN Rocky Mount 

GLENN, MARY LEE Hertford 

GLORIER, DOROTHY LYNN Wilson 

GIBSON, ILA JANET Four Oaks 

GIBSON, JUANITA ANNA Norfolk, Va. 



GIBSON, MATTIE JEAN Halifax 

GIBSON, PAUL BRYAN High Point 

GILBERT, NANCY LOU Union Level, Va. 

GILLIKIN, ANNA BADHAM New Bern 

GILLIKIN, THOMAS DUDLEY Newport 

GITELSON, ELAINE LESLIE Durham 



GODBOLD, MARION BOYD Bennettsville, S. C. 
GODDARD, JOSEPH GEORGE Williamston 

GODFREY, SYLVIA LOUISE Belcross 

GODWIN, JUDITH ANN Willow Springs 

GODWIN, RONNIE LEWIS LiUington 

GODWIN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE Clayton 



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GODWIN, WILLIAM MARTIN Raleigh 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM CARROLL, JR. 

Greenville 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM EARNEST Raleigh 

GRADY, LINDA FAYE Kinston 

GRADY, HARVEY Deep Run 

GRADY, SHELBA JEAN Deep Run 



GRAHAM, BARBARA ANNE Raleigh 

GRANT, ANN ELIZABETH Goldsboro 

GRANT, GERALD LEE Goldsboro 

GRAVES, E. CHARLTON McLean, Va. 

GRAVES, LORA ANN Snow Camp 

GARY, HELEN JEANNETTE LaGrange 



GARY, LUTHER GENE Fountain 

GREEN, VIRGINIA ANN Greenville 

GREEN, THOMAS E. Raleigh 

GREENWELL, ANNE BATCHELOR 

Jacksonville 
GRIFFIN, HENRIETTA JANE Bennettsville 
GRIFFIN, MINNIE VIRGINIA Williamston 



GRIFFIN, WILLIAM OVERTON Jacksonville 
GRIFFITH, GEORGE LEE Kannapolis 

GRIFFITH, MALCOLM PITTMAN Greenville 
GRIGGS, CARL THOMAS Winston-Salem 

GRIMES, THOMAS CARLYLE Tar Heel 

GRISSOM, ROBERT LEE, JR. Oxford 



GROCE, DAVID LEONARD Jacksonville 

GROCE, GLORIA JEAN Sanford 

GROET, DOROTHY ANNE Grifton 

GROVE, RONNIE HUNTER Halifax 

GUPTON, EVELYN MAE Louisburg 

GURGANUS, PHILLIP EDMOND Smithfield 



GURGANUS, WARREN DOUGLAS Farmsville 
GURLEY, LINDA PEARL Princeton 

GUTHRIE, CHARLES EDWARD Yancevville 
HACKNEY, YVONNE Carrboro 

HADDAD, S. JOHN Washington, D. C. 

HALES, J. ARNOLD Fremont 



HALL, BONNIE JEANETTE Fayettevile 

HALL, EDWIN STARKEY Washington 

HALL, MILDRED PATTON Spring Lake 

HALL, OSCAR LEE Greenville 

HALL, ROY WARREN Wilmington 

HALLIDAY, EMILIE VERONICA 

New York City 



HAMILL, CASSIE MAE Enfield 

HAMM, PATSY CAROL Greenville 

HAMMOND, LUCY OLIVIA New Bern 

HANISON, HENRY EUGENE Plymouth 

HANSON, LINDA SUE Athens, Ga. 

HARDEE, JUDITH LOWE Greenville 



HARDEN, BARBARA ANN Durham 

HARDESTY, LINDA LOU Newport 

HARDIN, PATRICIA Orrum 

HARDISON, JOHN CLARENCE, JR. Leachey 
HARDISON, ROBERT BRYON New Bern 

HARDY, BRENDA KAYE New Bern 



HARRELL, ELIZABETH ANN Greenville 

HARRELL, FRANCES DELANCE Saratoga 
HARRELL, LELA FRANCESS Williamston 

HARRELL, LINFORD LOU King William 

HARRELL, RACHEL MARIE Tarboro 

HARRIS, BRENDA JOYCE Greenville 




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HARRIS, BYRD TRIGG Hampton, Va. 

HARRIS, HAYWOOD DENARD Havlock 

HARRIS. JEANETTE LOUISE Williamston 

HARRIS; PHILIP SOUSA, JR. Rocky Mount 

HARRIS, RITA CAROL IVIarshallberg 

HARRIS, RUTH JOYCE Greensboro 



HARRIS. YVONNE OLIVIA Franklinton 

HARRISON, LEAMON WILSON La Grange 

HARRISON, RAYMOND HARRIS Grifton 

HART, BRUCE SUMRELL, JR. Greenville 

HART, CORA CAROLYN Grifton 

HARWARD, RONNIE WAYNE Durham 



HASKIN, DAVID A. Newark Valley, N. Y. 

HASSELL, PAM DAVIS Beaufort 

HATCHER, CAROLYN JEANETTE Faison 

HATTHAWAY, GEORGE LEROY Clinton 

HATLEY, FRANKLIN PAULINA Albemarle 
HAWKINS, CLEVELAND MELVIN 

Roanoke Rapids 



HAYNES, LOLA ROUSE Kinston 

HAZELTON, BOBBY LYN Winterville 

HEATH, LINDA KATHERINE Delco 

HEBEL, THOMAS EDWARD Richmond, Mich. 
HELMS, MARTIN RONALD Charlotte 

HEMBY, MARTHA ELIZABETH Kinston 



HENDERSON, KATE NOVA Mooresville 

HENDERSON, WILLEEN RUTLEDGE 

Charlotte 
HENDRICKS, JACQUELINE FAYE Nashville 
HENSLEY, PHILIP MILTON Asheboro 

HENSLEY, CAROLYN JO Marion 

HERRING, BARBARA ALLEN Seven Springs 




HERRING, BOBBY RAY Goldsboro 

HERRING, CHARLES DELEAN Newton Grove 

HERRING. PATRICIA SUE Luniberton 

HESTER, ROBERT L. Bladenboro 

HEWILL, BERNICE ELOISE Marion 

HICKS, DONNIE REBECCA Raleigh 



HICKS, HOWARD MASON 


High Point 


HICKS, TOMMY JOEL 


Asheboro 


HIGH, LINDA FAY 


Rocky Mount 


HILL, BEN F. 


Kinston 


HILL, GERALDENE KAY 


Rocky Mount 


HILL, LORA ELLEN 


Winterville 



HILL, SHELBY JEAN Goldsboro 

HIXSTON, ROY DONALD Selma 

HOBBS. BILLIE ANNE Newton Grove 

HOCHMAN, JOSEPH STEPHEN 

Newport News, Va. 
HOCKADAY, GEORGIA TULL Farmville 

HOELL, BETTY JEAN Greenville 

HOFMEISTER, VERA FAYE Raleigh 

HOLLAND, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

Suffolk, Va. 
HOLLAND, PETE TOM. JR. Washington 

HOLLEMAN. JOSEPH ALLEN Raleigh 

HOLLEMAN, LARRY FREDERICK 

Willow Springs 
HOLLIDAY, PATSY JEAN Plymouth 

HOLLINGSWORTH, KATHERNIE ANN 

Teachey 
HOLLINGSWORTH, MARTHA ERNESTINE 

Rocky Mount 
HOLLINGSWORTH, ROGER AUGUSTUS 

Greenville 
HOLTON, JAMES WOODVILLE Suffolk, Va. 
HONEYCUTT, JAMES FRANKLIN Salisbury 
HONEYCUTT, PEGGY JEAN Wilson 



HONEYCUTT REBECCA JUNE 
HOOD, ROBERT MONROE 
HOOD, EDWARD EARL 
HOOKS, GEORGIA GREY 
HOOPER, BARBARA LEE 
HOOPER, TRACY CARLYLE 



HOPKINS, ROSA VIRGINIA Plymouth 

HOPKINS, TOMMIE SHELTON Middlesex 

HORNE, EUGENE BARRON, JR. Kure Beach 
HORNE, PATRICIA ANN Wilson 

HOUSE, DOROTHY SUZANNE Newton Grove 
HOUSE, R. ELAINE Nokesville, Va. 



HOUSE, RICHARD MONADUKE Greenville 
HOUSTON, THOMAS KARR 

Long Island City, New York 

HOWARD, CECIL MAYNARD Oxford 

HOWARD, MARY EVELYN Pink Hill 

HOWARD, PATRICIA ANN Wilson 

HOWARD, WAITE WESTLEY Kinston 



HOWELL, BRUCE INMAN Garysburg 

HOWELL, LOUIS WAYNE Hertford 

HOWIE, CHARLES LAWRENCE Greenville 

HUDGINS, JUDY LANE Warrenton 

HUDGINS, MARTHA HALL Fentress, Va. 

HUDNALL, DONNA FRANCES Beaufort 




Kinston 
Greenville 
Grimesland 



HUDNELL, MARY LOU 
HUDSON, BOBBY LOUIS 
HUDSON, GERALDINE 
HUDSPETH, LAWRENCE EDWARD 

Winston-Salem 
HUGGINS, PATRICIA ANN Dover 

HUGHES, LINDA LUCILLE Stedman 



HUGHES, NEAL WARREN, JR. Suffolk, Va. 
HUMPHREY, JEAN RAYE Beulaville 

HUMPHREY, MARGARET ANN Dover 

HUNEYCUTT, RICHARD HENDRICK 

Portsmouth, Va. 
HUNSUCKER, SUE ELLEN Winterville 

HUNT, WILLIE ALLEN Sanford 



HUNTER, SHIRLEY RUTH Summerfield 

HUNTER, WAYLAND GENE Hertford 

HUTTE, SUE CAROLE Rocky Mount 

INGRAM, NORMA JEAN Swansboro 

IPOCK, LAURA JANE Richmond, Va. 

JACKSON, BETTY ANN Kinston 




JACKSON, DAVID WAYNE 
JACKSON, ELEANOR JANET 
JACKSON, JOHNNY LENAIR 
JACKSON, JOYCE LEE 
JACKSON, JUDITH ANN 
JACKSON, LEE DUNCAN 



Roxboro 

Fayetteville 

Roseboro 

Greenville 

St. Pauls 

Willow Springs 



JACKSON, MARJORIE J. 

JACKSON, RICHARD DONALD 

JAMES, JOYCE ANN 

JAMES, POLLY LEE 

JAMES, SAMUEL ADAMS, JR. 

JARMAN, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH 



JARRELL, CLYDE RICKEY 
JEFFREYS, BRENDA LOUISE 
JENKINS, BARBARA ALICE 
JENKINS, BARBARA ANN 
JERNIGAN, CHARLES BUCK 
JERNIGAN, C. FAYDENE 





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JOHNSON, ALICE MARIE 
JOHNSON, ANNIE BLANCHE 
JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN 
JOHNSON, BRENDA CAROLYN 
JOHNSON.ELIZABETH ANNE 
JOHNSON, JANE WODISON 



JOHNSON, JANET GAYE 
JOHNSON, JOE DELEON 



Taylorsville 
Bladenboro 

Thomasville 

Four Oaks 

Windsor 

High Point 



JOHNSON, KATHERINE ELAINE Washingt 



JOHNSON, MARY JEAN 
JOHNSON, MILLARD GARDNER 
JOHNSON, NANCY SMILLIE 



Pittsboro 
Benson 
Raleigh 



JOHNSON, PATRICIA LEE Lillington 

JOHNSON, PEGGY ANN New Bern 

JOHNSON, RUTH ALLICE Virginia Beach, Va. 
JONES, ALMA ELIZABETH Seven Springs 

JONES, ANN LANDRA Reidsville 

JONES, FOSTER EDWARD Cordava 



JONES, JACQUELYN MAY 


Suffolk, Va. 


JONES, JEANETTE ANN 


Suffolk, Va. 


JONES, JIMMY MARTIN 


Dunn 


JONES, JO ANNE 


Clinton 


JONES, JOHN GARNER 


Raleigh 


JONES, JOHN ROBERT 


Rocky Mount 


JONES, MARTHA LLEWELLYN 


Morganton 


JONES, ROBERT ALTON 


Swansboro 


JONES, ROY SMITH 


Walstonburg 


JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS 


Belhaven 


JONES, WILLIAM GARRETT 


Fayetteville 


JORDAN, EVA DORIS 


Rocky Mount 


JORDAN, NANCY LOU 


Kannapolis 


JOYNER, JOSEPH DONLEY 


Rocky Mount 


JOYNER, J. FAISON 


Mount Olive 


JOYNER, JIMMY HATHAWAY 


Greenville 


JOYNER, KENNETH LEE 


Elm City 


JOYNER, LINA JANE 


Wilson 


JOYNER, WILLIAM HARDING 


Charlotte 


KALEEL, JUDITH ADIA 


Clinton 


KASEY, WINK PRESTON 


Greensboro 


KAST, KAREN ELIZABETH 


Jacksonville 


KAERNEY, ERVIN DOUGLAS 


Farmville 


KATSIAS, ANTHONY TONY 




Virginia Beach, Va. 


KELLER, JUDITH ANN 


Sanford 


KELLY, NEWTON JAY 


Wilmington 


KENDALL, MARTHA ANN 


Fayetteville 


KENNE'DY, CYNTHIA ALLEN 


Raleigh 



KENNEDY, EDWARD THOMAS 

North Wildwood, N. J. 
KENNEDY, GERALDINE Beulaville 



KENNEDY, PATRICIA HAMMOND 



Elkin 



KENNEDY, SANDRA KAY 
KENNINGTON, MARY ANN 
KERN, OLLIE RALPH 
KEECHIE, DELORIS M. 
KILDAY, JOHN WILLIAM 



Greenville 

Roxboro 

Star 

Kannapolis 

Alexandria, Va. 



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KILPATRICK, ALEXANDER JEFFERSON 

Kinston 
KILPATRICK, HAROLD GREGORY Kinston 
KILPATRICK, HARRY GRAHAM Teachey 

KING, ELBERT EDMON Rural Hall 

KING, LOU ANN Magnolia 

KING, VINCENT CRAIG Teacheys 



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KINSEY, CHARLES RALPH, JR. Charlotte 

KIVETT, ADA JANE Burlington 

KIVETTE, PATRICIA HUNT Sanford 

KLINGMAN, CHARLES ROSS Raleigh 

KNIGHT, HENRY CLAY Martinsville, Va. 

KNOWLES, RUSSELL R. Washington 



KOPP, JOHN RICHARD Bolivia 

KUNKA, ROBERT JOHN Jacksonville 

LAMBERT, DENNIS KEITH Fayetteville 

LAMBERT, NANCY GAIL High Point 

LANCASTER, CAROLYN ROSE Castalia 

LANCASTER, LARRY LEON Fayetteville 



Fremont 

Washington 

Raleigh 



LANE, BETSY JEAN 
LANE, TROY LEE 
LANGFORD, PHIL ELLIS 
LANGLEY, JOSEPH ALFRED, JR. 

Midway Park 
LANIER, HELEN ELIZABETH Oxford 

LANIER, THOMAS FREDERICK Oxford 



LANNING, ELISABETH KAY Mebane 

LASATER, MARY ANN Durham 

LASSITER, ALLEN GILBERT, JR. 

Scotland Neck 
LASSITER, JAMES FRANKLIN Harrellsville 
LASSITER, LONNIE WAYNE Gaston 

LA TON, HILDA FA YE Jackson Springs 



LATHAM, LEWIS EARL 
LAWRENCE, HORACE 
LAWSON, SLADE BURTON 
LEARY FRANCES PAULINE 
LE CLERC, ARTHUR BURGE 
LEDBETTER, NANCY ANN 



LEE, DAVID EDWARD 
LEE, FREDDIE WOOD 
LEE, MAMIE LOURINA 
LEE, MARIAN GAYLE 
LEE, ROBERT EDWARD 
LEE, RONALD B. 



Franklinville 
Otway 

Fayetteville 

Belcross 

Southport 

Asheville 



Smithfield 

Benson 

Ivanhoe 

Acme 

Bailey 

Benson 



LEE, SYLVIA ELIZABETH Murfreesboro 

LEE, WILLIAM GRIER Goldsboro 

LEGAT, STEPHEN ANTHONY Hopewell ,V£ 

LEGGETT, JOSEPH BENJAMIN Stokes 

LEGGETTE, NANCY ANN Fairmont 

LETCHER, CLAYTON ORVEN Edenton 



LEWIS, JEAN CAROL 
LEWIS, LARRY NORMAN 
LEWIS, LYNDA CAROLE 
LEWIS, MOLLIE JEAN 
LEWIS SHELBY JEAN 
LEWIS, SUSAN MARIE 



LEWIS, WILEY HOWARD 
LILES, RUBY VICTORIA 
LILLEY, ANTHONY EVAN 
LILLEY, JEANNETTE 
LIPFORD, NANCY PURCELL 
LITTLE, RUTH 



Wilson 

Asheboro 

Knightdale 

Snead's Ferry 

Dunn 

Atlantic 



Beaufort 

Littleton 

Williamston 

Williamston 

Raleigh 

Greenville 



LIVESAY, PHILLIP BROOK Tarboro 

LIVINGSTON, SARA BETH White Oak 

LLOYD, WAYNE ELLIS South Boston, Va. 

LOCKWOOD, NANCY LOV Hampton, Va. 

LOFTIN, JUDY Denton 

LOHR, JACKIE SUE Lexington 



LONG, DELANO EUGENE Rockingham 

LONG, FAYE Burlington 

LONG, LINDA CAROLE Roxboro 

LONG, MARGARET ALLIE Hurdle Mills 

LONG, MARILYN DOUGLASS Clinton 

LORBACHER, FREDERICK GUSTAV Raleigh 



LOVE, JUDITH ELAINE 
LOVING, THOMAS FRANKLIN 
LOWE, SUE SCOTT 
LUCAS, WILLIAM SHERMAN 
LYERLY, MELIE SUE 
LYNCH, FRANCES ANNE 



Stanfield 

Cameron 

Mount Olive 

Lucama 

Burlington 

LaGrange 



Monroe 



LYNN, PATRICIA ANN 

MACKILL, MARGARET ROBERTSON 

Roanoke Rapids 
MADDOX, DEWIN THOMAS Laurinburg 

MAHAFFEY, JOHN WILLIAM Elizabeth City 
MANN, JOE ALLEN Newport 

MANNING, LEE ODELL Grifton 



MANNING, LINDA KATHERINE Bailey 

MAROON, ALBERT JOHN Yonkers, N. Y. 

MARR, JOHN W. Fayetteville 

MARSHBURN, ANNE SCOTT Washington 

MARTIN, KENNETH MORRIS Elkin 

MARTIN, MARY OLIVIA Shalotte 



MARTIN, SHIRLEY ANN 
MASON, LONA 
MASON, POLLY ELIZABETH 
MASSENGILL, LINDA LEE 
MASSEY, PEGGY CHRISTINE 



MATLOCK, GROVER LEE 



Winston-Salem 



MATTHEWS, BARBARA ANN Fuquay Springs 



MATTHEWS, DONNA KAY 
MATTHEWS, VIVIAN MARIE 
MAXWELL, MALCOLM H. 
MAXWELL, OSCAR BROWNING 
MAYNARD, LLEW JEAN 



MAYO, GEORGE SOLOMAN 
MAYTON, JOSEPH FRANCIS 
MEARES, MACIE CAROL 
MEEKS, HOWARD 
MEEKS, KERDIE E. 



MEIGGS, MARVIN GRIGGS Northwest, Va 



MEIGGS, WINFRED MILLARD Camden 

MELCHER, PAT ANNE Red Springs 

MELTON, MARTHA KATHLEEN Hubert 

MELVIN, BILLIE FALLON Maysville 

MENZARO, CAMILLA ANNE Point Harbor 
MERVIN, RON STUART Richmond, Va. 



MEWBORN, MARILENE 
MEWBORN, MARTHA LOU 
MEWBORN, VIRGIL KYMAN 
.MEYER, SALLY MARIE 
MICOL, JANET MARIE 
MIDGETT, JO ANNE 



MILBY, JAMES ALTON 
MILLER, CAROLYN VIRGINIA 
MILLS, DOROTHY ANNETTE 
MILLS, LINDA GAY 
MILLSON. CHARLES DAVID 
MINSON, MARGARET ELLEN 




Greenville 

Roanoke Rapids 

Cerro Gordo 

Greenville 

Fayetteville 



Norfolk, Va. 

Jacksonville 

Wallace 

Green 

Hamlet 

Groton, Conn. 



MINTON, LINDA SUE Emporia, Va. 

MISENHEIMER, JACOB ROSS, JR. Siler Citv 
MIZELLE, CECIL SMITH Windsor 

MIZELLE, WALTER FRANKLIN New Bern 
MOBLEY, CAROLYN JANE Robersonville 

MOBLEY, CHARLES WAYNE Plymouth 



MOBLEY, JUDITH ALLEN Winterville 

MODLIN, JUDITH CATHRYN Jamesville 

MOORE, DORIS JACQUELYN Greensboro 

MOORE, DOROTHY BLAKE Acme 

MOORE, JAMES ROLAND Wilson 

MOORE, STEPHEN DAVID, JR. Fountain 




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MOORE, WILLIAM C. 

MORRIS, NANCY LEE 
MORRIS, SELBA ANN 
MORSE, SHIRLEY JOAN 
MORTON, LINDA RAYE 
MOSELEY, FRANCES SUGG 



Clinton 

Norfolk, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Hamlet 

Greenville 

Greenville 



MOYE, LINDA LOU Roanoke Rapids 

MOZINGO, MALESE Bethel 

MULLINS, PATRICIA FAY Enfield 

MURFEE, HARRISON RAY Tarboro 

MURPHREY, ROBERT THOMAS Washington 
MURRAY, CARLOS WILLIAM, JR. Greenville 



MUSSELWHITE, DOUGLAS MACK St. Pauls 
MUSSER, JULIETTE CROMWELL 

Manning, S. C. 
MUSTIAN, MONROE DUNLAP Warrenton 

MYERS, MARCIA DIANE Alexandria, Va. 

McALISTER, THOMAS EUGENE Raleigh 

McARTHUR, DONALD LEE Greenville 



McBRYDE, RICHARD VINCENT, JR. 

Fayetteville 
McCLAIN, CLEN ANN Rockv Mount 

McCOY, LANA KAY Midland 

McCOTTER, RALPH HOOKER, JR. Arapahoe 

McDonald janet Elizabeth Liiiington 
McDonald, neil Bradford Fayetteviiie 



Mcdonald, Robert wayne Seaford, Dei. 

McDOUGALD, BILLIE KAREN Sanford 

McELRATH, PEGGY JEAN Asheville 

McEWEN, ROBERT JAMES Hamlet 

McGEE, JOHN HARRELSON Greenville 

McGEE, THELMA ALICE Spring Lake 



McILWEAN, BURNESS ANN New Bern 

McKEAN, SHARON LEE Alexandria, Va. 

McLAMB, JOHN CHARLES Newton Grove 

McLARTY, JULIA ARMINTA High Point 

McLAURIN, HENRY FRANKLIN McCobb, S. C. 
McLAURIN, MARGARET LYNN Fayetteville 



McLAWHON, CHARLOTTE RUTH Winterville 
McLAWHORN, JONATHAN KERRY Grifton 
McLEAN, ELIZABETH CARLYNE Kinston 

McNeill, JAMES BAXTER Maxton 

McPHERSON, DALLAS WILLIAM Littleton 
McPHERSON, MARGARET DIANA 

Elizabeth City 



McPHERSON, VANN, JR. Fayetteville 

NANCE, JAMES PHILMORE Asheboro 

NANTZ, FREDDIE ROSS Rockingham 

NARRON, LINDA KAY Bailey 

NELSON, DARRELL EARL Goldsboro 

NELSON, DONALD McPHAIL Jacksonville 



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NELSON, ELDON LANE Morehead City 

NELSON, MARGARET MATILDA Mebane 

NELSON, ROBERT AUGUSTUS Tarboro 

NESBITT, ROBERT PHILLIP Salisbury 

NEWBERN, FANNIE HUGHES Powells Point 
NEWCOMB, BONNY JO Hookerton 



NEWELL, SANDRA SUE Dover 

NEWKIRK, MARY JANE Willard 

NEWMAN, BOBBIE GUPTON Greenville 

NIBBELINK, DINAH RAY High Point 

NICHOLS, MARGIE LOU Greenville 
NICKEY, JOHN FRANKLIN 

Newport News, Va. 



NIPPER, MARY HELEN Sanford 

NOBLE, LINDA FAYE Tarboro 

NOBLES, WILLIAM ISSAC Washington 

OAKLEY, BETTY FRANCES Hillsboro 

GATES, PHYLLIS ELLA Gerton 

OBER, VERNA FAYE Edenton 



ODOM, MARTHA LINDA Wadesboro 

ODOM, NANCY CAROLE Fayetteville 

ODOM, WINNIE LEE, Williamston 

OGBURN, JO ANNE Willow Springs 

O'KEEFE, PATRICIA MAUREEN Cherry Point 
OLDHAM, JERRY LEE Sanford 



OLIVER, ELIZABETH BROWN Turkey 

OLIVER, FRANCES ANN Newport News, Va. 
OLIVER, KENNETH S. Clinton 

OLIVER, SANDRA LUCILLE Fairmont 

O'NEIL, JOHN MICHAEL Newport News, Va. 
OSBORNE, PATRICIA Whiteville 



OVERMAN, JACK DALE Liberty 

OVERMAN, RAYMOND DALE Goldsboro 

OVERTON, ANN CAROLYN Rocky Mount 

OVERTON, BRENDA ORLEENE Plymouth 

OWENS, CALVIN IRVIN Harbinger 

OWENS, DENISE KATRINE Grifton 



OWENS, TERRY WORD Elizabeth City 

PAGE, SHELIA FAYE Elm City 

PAINTER, BRENDA GAIL Tarboro 

PAIT, WILLIE JUNE Bladenboro 

PALMA, VIRGINIA ANNE Raleigh 

PALMER, STEPHEN THOMAS Asheboro 



PAKE, REGINA ELLEN 
PARKER, BARBARA ALICE 
PARKER, BARBARA ANN 
PARKER, DONNA ANNE 
PARKER, GEORGIA WINIFRED 
PARKER, JOHNNY BRYANT 



Beaufort 

Hurdle Mills 

Tarboro 

Smithfield 

Four Oaks 

Conway 



PARKER, MARGARET ANN 

PARKER, MARY LEE 

PARNELL, JO ANN 

PARRISH, EMMA LOU 

PARRISH, MARY JOYCE 

PARSON, JOSEPHINE ANN Morehead City 



Pendleton 

Fair Bluff 

Kenly 

Newport 

Raleigh 



PATTERSON, ALVIE OLDHAM Broadway 

PAYNE, JULIA ANN Basset, Va. 

PAYNE, MARY BAGLEY Marietha, Ga. 

PEACE, IMOGENE Kinston 

PEARCE, EDWIN PLUMMER Greensboro 

PEARSALL, JUDY ELAINE Warsaw 



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PEARSON, CAROLYN WAYNE Roanoke Rapids 
PEEDIN, WILLIAM LOUIS Pine Level 

PELL, HILDA MARY Elizabeth City 

PENNINGTON, MARY ANNE Naha, Okinawa 
PERKINS, CAROLYN Edenton 

PERKINS, MARY JACQUELINE Longhurst 



PERRY, EVA LOU 
PERRY, MARY ANN 
PERRY, ORAN KENNETH 
PETTY. SUSAN WOODING 
PHELPS, LINDA FAYE 
PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH 



Elizabeth City 

Elizabeth City 

Ahoskie 

Greensboro 

Roper 

Gilbert 



PHILLIPS, GLENDA RUTH Asheboro 

PHILLIPS, LARRY LEE Fayetteville 

PICKFORD, EDWARD V. Washington, D. C. 
PIERCE, ANN DANDRIDGE Hollsboro 

PIGOTT, LOIS JEANNE Macungie, Pa. 

PINKSTON, ARTHUR WELFORD Salisbury 



PITTMAN, BETTY JEAN 


Fairmont 


PITTMAN, BILLIE EDWIN 


Washington 


PLEASANTS, ENNIS GENE 


Louisburg 


POOLEY, BILLIE LEE 


Kinston 


POOLE, ELEANOR RUTH 


Wake Forest 


POOLE, JUDY A. 


Knightdale 


POPE, CHARLOTTE FAYE 


Kenly 


PORTER, AUDREY RUTH 


Volnev, Va. 


PORTER, INA CLAIRE 


Whiteville 


PORTER, LEAH MADELINE 


Wilmington 


POWELL, ANNE LOUISE 


Aulander 


POWELL, DANIEL AUGUSTUS Winston-Salem 


POWELL, FREDDIE MAYO 


Robersonville 


POWELL, LOUIS WILLIAM 


Gaston 


PRESLAR, GLENDA LEE 


Kannapolis 


PRICE, GEORGE KENNETH 


Summerfield 


PRICE, HELEN MURPHY 


Charlotte 


PRICE, SANDRA KAY Winter Haven, Fla. 


PRICE, SHIRLEY FAYE 


Selma 


PROCTOR, BARBARA ANNE 


Pinetops 


PUGH, MARGIE LOUISE 


New Bern 


PULLEY, EMMA MARIE 


Littleton 


PURSER, HAUGHTON CHONN 


New Bern 


QUINN, JAMES LEE 


Jacksonville 


QUINN, PEGGY SANDERLIN 


Kenansville 


RABON, JAMES LEO 


Monroe 


HAIFORD, JUDY ANN 


Seven Springs 


RAINS, FLOYD EARL, JR. 


Kinston 


RAMSEY, JAMES L. 


Jacksonville 


RAWLS, MARTHA LAVINIA 


Williamston 


RAY, DANIEL COLE 


Raleigh 


RAYNOR, ANN MELTON 


Clinton 


RAYNOR, FRANCES FAYE 


Roseboro 


REASON, SHIRLEY ANN 


Wilson 


REDD, LEWIS STEVEN 


Greenville 


REEL, JUDY CAROLE 


Fair Bluff 


REGES, BRENDA GAIL 


Rocky Mount 


RELDER, JOHN BURKHARDT 


Winston-Salem 


REIMANN, URSULA 


New Bern 


RESPESS, SARAH ARETHA 


Bath 


REVELS, BILLY S. 


Williamston 


REVELS, MARIE ELAINE 


Williamston 



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RHODES, ARLENE ANNE 
RHODES, STEVE ROGER 
RHUE, MELBA ANN 
RICH, PHYLLIS MAXINE 
RICH, RADFORD HENRY 
RICHWINE, JUDITH ANN 



Graham 

Beulaville 

Swansboro 

Rocky Point 

Deleo 

Washington, D. C. 



RIDDLE, BETTY JANE Fayetteville 

RIDDLE, MARY CAROL Greenville 

RIDENHOUR, NANCY REBECCA Harrisburg 

RIVENBARK, BURNEY RAY Farmville 

RIVENBARK, GINNIE ROSE Goldsboro 
ROADY, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 

Ne^vport News, Va. 



ROBERSON, BRENDA KAY Halifax 

ROBERSON, FANNIE LOIS Williamston 

ROBERTS, BERNIE BRUCE Willow Springs 
ROBERTS, COLON BRUCE Elon College 

ROBERTS, DAVID LAWRENCE 

Kings Mountain 
ROBERTS, JAMES McDONALD Granite Quary 



ROBERTS, JAMES STUART Fayetteville 

ROBERTS, MARION GRAY Bladenboro 

ROBERTS, NANCY ANN Hillsboro 
ROBERTS, RAYMOND CHILDS 

Warminster, Pa. 

ROBERTSON, LAURA LEE Reidsville 

ROBINSON, BETTY JO Wilmington 



ROBINSON, LYNWOOD ELLIOTT Clinton 

ROBINSON, MARY WHITE Bessemer City 

ROCK, STUARD ALBERT Richmond, Va. 

ROCKETT, WILLIAM BENNETT Morganton 
ROEBUCK, LEWIS KENNETH Farmville 

ROGERS, BETSY JEAN Chapel Hill 



ROGERS, JAMES ARCHIE Grifton 

ROGERS, WILLIAM REID Wilmington, Del. 
ROGERSON, DIXIE RAY Robersonville 

ROGERSON, ELIZABETH ANNE Ahoskie 

ROGERSON, WILEY BURROUGHS 

Robersonville 
ROSE, BARBARA ALLEN Raleigh 



ROSEMAN H. HELEN 


Jacksonville 


ROSS, ELIZABETH 


Edenton 


ROSS, MONTE BARRETT 


Garner 


ROSSER, ANN 


Siler City 


ROUSE, BETTY GRAY 


Magnolia 


ROUSH, JANE CAROLE 


Rural Hall 


ROWE, MARTHA ELIZABETH 


Burgaw 


ROWLAND, EDWIN GILL 


Kittrell 


ROYSTER, RALPH DOUGLAS 


Henderson 


RUBIN, HOWARD MARTIN 


Charlotte 


RUDISILL, LARRY RAY 


Hickory 


RUSH, JERRY GREENE 


Rockingham 


RUSH, JOAN GRAHAM 


Kinston 


RUSS, SUSAN GAYLE 


Rocky Mount 


RUSS, YVONNE 


Shallotte 


RUTH, KATHERINE HAYES 


Windsor 


SAIEED, FRANKIE DURHAM 


Greenville 


SALLE, KATHERINE BEDLOE 


Washington 


SAMPSON, PATRICIA DAYLE 


Wallace 


SANDERLIN, GARY LEE 


Norfolk, Va. 


SANDERSON, KAY MANNING 


Chiqaspin 


SANDERSON, THOMAS RYAN 


Plymouth 


SANDLING, BETTIE ROSEMARY 


Franklinton 



SANFORD, ANDREW HAROLD Kenosha, Wise. 



SANFORD, ROBERT GLENN Rockingham 

SATTERTHWAITE, ANN LATHAN Kinston 
SAUNDERS, BRENDA KAY Fayetteville 

SAUNDERS, STEPHEN DARALL Roxboro 

SAWYER, BRUCE McKINLEY Elizabeth City 
SAWYER, WILLIAM J. Portsmouth, Va. 



SCARBORO, MARY DELAINE Durham 

SCARBOROUGH, HOWARD CLEMENT 

Red Springs 
SCHAEFER, JANET HALL Fayetteville 

SCHAEFER, VALERIE JEAN Alexandria, Va. 
SCHEIPERS, ELIZABETH Southern Pines 

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD EDWARD 

Jacksonville 



SEBURN, MARILYN MOORE 



Wilson 



SECKLER, CYNTHIA GLENN Portsmouth, Va. 



SELLERS, MARGARET ANN 
SESSOMS, BOBBY ALLEN 
SETTAN, BEVERLY ANN 
SHANDS. WILLIAM ROLAND 



SHARPE, DINAH JANE 
SHAW, BARBARA ANNE 
SHAW, JOHN KINLAW 
SHEARIN, BETTY FAYE 
SHEARIN, BONNIE LYNN 



Rocky Mount 
Lumberton 
Greensboro 
Henderson 



Snow Hill 

Jacksonville 

Lumberton 

Wake Forest 

Louisburg 



SHEARIN, CAROLYN DEAN Roanoke Rapids 



SHEARIN, DAVID LINWOOD Warrenton 

SHELL, CYNTHIA JANE Roanoke Rapids 

SHELTON, BOBBY FULCHER Leaksville 

SHELTON, CHARLES HENDRIX Wadesboro 
SHELTON, DORIS LOUISE Madison 

SHELTON, JERRY RAGLAND Havelock 



SHESSO, CATHERINE GORDON Jacksonville 
SHILADEH, FAWZI ABDEL MAGEED 

Bireh, Jordan 
SHOLAR, EMORY O'BRIEN Chinquapin 

SILENCE, WANDA ANN Jacksonville 

SIMMONS, FLORIDA ROUHELLE Newport 
SIMMONS, LURA ELLEN Troy 



SIMMONS, LAURETTA Newport 

SIMMONS, LINDA JEAN Elon College 

SIMPKINS, PHILIP WARREN Jacksonville 

SIMPSON, JAMIE SHARLOTT Robersonvil'e 
SIMPSON, MORRELL BRYAN, JR. Kernersville 
SIMPSON, RUTH ELAINE Greenville 



SINGLETON, MABLE RUTH Washington 

SKILES, BENJAMINE FRANKLIN Plymouth 
SLADES, CLENTON WOODROW Edenton 

SLAUGHTER, JERRY STEPHEN Leaksville 
SLAUGHTER, LINDA CAROLE Oxford 

SLAUGHTER, LYNN Aulander 




SMITH, ANN GRACE 
SMITH, BARRY NELSON 
SMITH, BETTY CAROL 
SMITH, CAROLYN MARIE 
SMITH, DEE 
SMITH, EDWARD TYSON 



Robersonville 

Albemarle 

Greenville 

Tarawa Terrace 

Swansboro 

Fountain 



SMITH, ELMER FRANKLIN 

Newport News, Va. 

SMITH, EVERETT MARIE Beulaville 

SMITH, FREDERICK RONALD Clinton 

EMITH, IRA THOMAS Newport 

SMITH, JUNE KAY Goldsboro 

SMITH, LINDA LOU Wilson 



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SMITH, MABEL LEA 
SNIPES, NANCY SCOTT 
SMITH, RUFUS RANDOLPH 
SMITH, WILLIAM LOWRY 
SMITHWICK, BECKI ANNE 
SMITHWICK, FONDA RAE 
SNEED, BRYCE O'NEIL 



Grimesland 

Magnolia 

Maxton 

Monroe 

Windsor 

Merry Hill 

Clarksville, Va. 



SNELL, IRIS ELLEN Columbia 

SNOW, CARL SAMUEL Kure Beach 
SNYDER, SANDRA LEE Winston-Salem 

SORRELL, CAROLYN LUCILLE Raleigh 

SORRELL, JIM GREENE Kannapolis 

SAUTHER ,TINA RUTH Camden 

SPARROW, MIKE JERRY Greenville 



SPARROW, WENDALL KEATS 
SPEARS, RAY McFARLAND 
SPEIGHT, JOSEPH DONALD 
STAINBACK, SANDRA EUGENIA 
STALLINGS, BERTA ARLENE 
STALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA 
STANCIL, JACK McARTHUR 



STANCIU, JOHN WEST 
STANCIL, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
STANCILL, HERMA MADGE 
STANLEY, BETTIE LOU 
STANTON, JAMES C. 
STARLING, GOLDIS STARON 
STARLING, LEO HARDEE 



Kinston 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Belvidere 

Stantonsburg 

Stantonsburg 
Angier 
Greenville 
Four Oaks 
Asheboro 
Greenville 
Greenville 



STEPHENS, DONALD WAYNE Fairmont 

STEPHENSON, BILLY GENE Leaksville 

STERLING, LINDA LEE Baltimore, Md. 
STEVENS, RAY Cambridge, Md. 

STEVENSON, CARLA REESE Rocky Mount 

STEWART, ROBERT EARLE New Bern 

STEWART, ROBEY CANCIL Jacksonville 



STILL, FRANCES LEONA 
STINGLEY, JAMES MONROE 
STOKES, PERRY CLAY 
STOCKS, SYLVIA SUE 
STOCKS, WILLIAM LLOYD 
STONE, JOHN WALTER 
STONE, RALPH E. 



Goldsboro 

Jacksonville 

Cycle 

Whiteville 

Greenville 

Goldsboro 

Alexandria, Va. 



STORY, CONSTANCE LOVELLE Newsoms, Va 
STRAIN, LINDA SULLIVAN 
STRICKLAND, AUDREY KAY 
STRICKLAND, CECELIA JOE 
STRICKLAND, DONALD GRAHAM 
STRICKLAND, LLOYD DOUGLAS 
STRICKLAND, NANCY ANN 



Lumberton 

Sims 

Pine Level 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Zebulon 



STRICKLAND, SANDRA JACKSON Durham 
STRUM, JEAN GOULD Clarksville Va 

STUCKEY, WILLIAM JASPER Ra eigh 

STURDIVANT, CYNTHIA LEIGH Chester, Va. 
STYRON, CHARLES EVANS Morehead City 
Inrr^^MA^?.?.^^^ EYVONNE Hatteras 

SUGG, INA MERLE Snow Hill 



Snow Hill 
Greenville 
Beulaville 

?evine, Va. 
Raleigh 



SUGG, MATTIE FRANCES 
SULLIVAN, RALPH FRANKLIN 
SUMNER, DONNA JAN 
SUMRELL, REBECCA KATHLEEN 

TUTTLE, ROBERT MYRON 

JS'i?.^^' JOSEPH WILSON Elizabeth'cfty 

TYNDALL, PATRICIA ANNE Kinston 

TYLER, RONALD MITCHELL Cerro Gurdo 
TYNER, HAROLD NICHOLS Sanford 

TYSON, JAMES EDWARD Siler aty 

TYSON, JOANN Greenville 

TYSON, JOYCE ANNE Pantego 

UNDERWOOD, JUDITH EVELYN Varina 

UPHAM, JACQUELINE DELORES 

Annandale, Va. 



SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR GOODWIN Raleigh 



SUTTON, KENNETH LEE 


Graham 


SUTTON, MARILYN JANE 


Kinston 


SUTTON, NANCY CAROL 


Maysville 


SUTTON, SANDRA NORINE 


Ayden 


SWINDELL, CARROLL ERIC 


Scranton 


SYKES, SANDRA DIANE 


Enfield 


TAMURA, MACCY Morehead City 


TAYLOR, ANN MORGAN 


Albemarle 


TAYLOR, BOBBYE FRANCES 


Burgaw 


TAYLOR, DARRELL GENE 


Pink Hill 


TAYLOR, DELPHIA ALDINE 


Whitakers 


TAYLOR, DAVID BRYAN 


Kinston 


TAYLOR, DONALD HUGH 


Snow Hill 


TAYLOR, EARL L. 


Greenville 


TAYLOR, JANICE SMITH 


Lucania 


TAYLOR, JEAN CAROLYN 


Ahoskie 


TAYLOR, JERRY ARCHIE 


Corapeake 


TAYLOR, MARJORIE LOU 


Come 


TAYLOR, PHILLIP REID 


Fayetteville 


TAYLOR, VIVIAN ELAINE 


Vanceboro 


TEACHEY, JEROLD CANNELL 


Washington 


TEASLEY, JUDITH ANNE 


Durham 


TEEL, ROBERT EDWARD 


Raleigh 


TEMPLE, LILLIAN KAY 


Havelock 


TETTERTON, IRIS VIRGINIA 


Washington 


THARRINGTON, WILLIAM PERRY Bunn 


THIGPEN, LULA H. 


Tarboro 


THOMAS, LAWRENCE GUNTER 


Sanford 


THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN 


Greensboro 


THOMPSON, AVA SUE 


Smithfield 


THOMPSON, DONALD HULL 


Laurinburg 


THOMPSON, DORIS ANN 


Halifax 


THOMPSON, MARTHA KATHERINE Durham 


THOMPSON, ROSE MARIE 


Maxton 



THOMPSON, WALLACE CLARK Greensboro 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROY Kinston 

THOMPSON, WILLIE KAYE LaGrange 
THORELL, PETER CARL 

Strafford-Wayne, Penna. 

TICKLE, CAROLE LOUISE Burlington 

TIDY, MARY JANE Siler City 

TIMMERMAN, JESSE RANDOLPH Fayetteville 



TIPPLETT, SHIRLEY ANN 
TODD, LINDA MAE 
TOLER, REYNOLD DUFFY 
TOLLEY, AVERY L. 
TOPPIN, ELVIN CLARENCE 
TORRENCE, WILLIAM ABRA 
TOUCHTON, LINDA ANNE 



Oxford 

Windsor 

Washington 

Winston-Salem 

Edenton 

Salisbury 

Tarawa Terrace 



TRAYLOR, HARDY BARRICKS Ettrick, Va. 

TREADWAY, SHIRLEY DAWN Charlotte 

TRIPP, GERALDENE DELORES 

Roanoke Rapids 
TUCKER, NANCY TECORA Laurinburg 

TUDOR, DOLORES ANN Fuquay Springs 

TUGWELL, WILSON FRANKLIN 

Newport News, Va. 
TUNNELL, LOIS MARIE Greenville 

TUNNELL, LORRIE KAY Spring Hope 

TURNAGE, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Ayden 
TURNER, HAYDEN CARR Wallace 

TURNER, SANDRA KAY Fayetteville 

VAN NORTURIK, KATHANIEL OLIVER 

Greenville 

VANN, TERRENCE RICHARD Elizabeth City 

Charlotte 

VANN, TERRENCE RICHARD Elizabeth City 

VERNON, BRENDA JOYCE Cuwie 

VIAPIANA, JOSEPH JAMES Bayonne, N. J. 

VICK, SYLVIA LAYNE Sanford 
WACASTER, PATRICIA LOUISE Morganton 

WAFFE, PATRICIA ANN Edenton 

WAINRIGHT, FRED ERNEST Ayden 

WAINRIGHT, L. MARVIN Winterville 




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WALDEN, JUDITH THOMPSON Greensboro 

WALKER. ELMER RAY Rocky Mount 

WALL, BRENDA JOYCE Winterville 

WALLACE. LOUIS HENRY Greenville 

WALLER, EARNEST GLENN Kannapolis 

WALSER, REBECCA GAIL Lexington 



WALSTON, JOHN LEE Scotland Neck 

WALTER, CAROLE MARIE Elizabeth City 

WALTERS, ALICE FAYE Fuquay Springs 

WALTERS, ALICE MARIE Greenville 

WALTERS, FLORA FRANCES Clarendon 

WALTERS, JERRY LYNN Lumberton 



WALTERS, THOMAS RIED Henderson 

WALTERS, GARY DREW Alexandria, Va. 

WALTON, CELIA KERR Wilmington 

WAMSLEY, JACQUELINE LOUISE Tarboro 
WARD, DOUGLAS DAVID Norfolk, Va. 

WARD, EDISON POWERS, JR. Elizabeth City 




WARD, JAMES KIRBY 
WARD, PAULETTE JEAN 
WARREN, BARBARA GREY 
WARREN, DOROTHY NAOMI 
WARREN. EULA ESTELLE 
WARREN; LARRY JOE 



WARREN, WILLIAM IRVIN 
WARWICK, EDNA GLYNN 
WATERS, A. LEON 
WATERS, CHARLES LARRY 
WATERS, GEORGE PHILIP 
WATERS, SANDRA FAYE 



WATKINS, RUBIE DALE 
WATSON, MARY ANN 
WATSON, SYLVIA JEAN 
WEAVER, MYRTLE BELLE 
WEBB, WILLIAM EDWIN 



Rocky Mount 

Durham 

Dunn 

Rocky Mount 

Newport 

Newton Grove 



Godwin 

Dunn 

Pollocksville 

Durham 

Plymouth 

Washington 



Oxford 
Greensboro 
Lucama 
Raleigh 
Wilson 



WEIDENBACHER, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

Scotch Plains, N. J. 



WEISS, BONNIE ANN Roanoke Rapids 

WELLS, LINDA KAY Mount Olive 

WELLS, NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Burgaw 
WETHERINGTON, JOAN Clinton 

WEST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mount 

WESTBROOK, MARY ELLA Camp Lejeune 



WHEELER, ALFORD DARIUS Wilson 

WHEELER, WILLIAM DENNY Greenville 

WHITE, CLAUDE DELTON Hertford 

WHITE, GLENN EDWIN Belvidere 

WHITEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD Tyner 

WHITFORD, SAM MURRAY Vanceboro 



WHITLEY, JOHN CURRIE 
WHITLEY, JOHN THOMAS 
WHITTED, LESLIE RAY 
WHITTIE, SUE LEIGH 
WHITWORTH, LINDA HOYT 
WHITWORTH, MARSHA FAYE 



WHITE, ADA ELIZABETH 
WICKER, FLOYD EULISS 
WICKER, JOHN M. 
WILEY, PATRICIA ANNE 
WILLIAMS, ALEX RAY 
WILLETTS, DAPHENE GWENN 



Leaksville 

Suffolk, Va. 

Mount Olive 

Warsaw 

Raleigh 

Norfolk, Va. 



Roxboro 

Snow Camp 

Carthage 

Durham 

Rockingham 

Bolivia 



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WILLIAMS, DANIEL THOMAS Raleigh 

WILLIAMS, HOWARD GLENN Rocky Mount 
WILLIAMS, JOYCE MARIE Durham 

WILLIAMS, MARGARET ELIZABETH Grifton 
WILLIAMS, RALPH DOUGLASS Battleboro 
WILLIAMS, RICHARD JACKSON Greenville 



WILLIAMS, ROBERT ALTON New Bern 

WILLIAMS, ROY LINDSY Greenville 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS JERRY Robersonville 
WILLIAMSON, BETTY FRANCES Henderson 
WILLIAMSON, BETSEY SHAW Jackson 

WILLIAMSON, JUNE DIANE 

Washington, D. C. 



WILLIFORD, EARLIE RAY 
WILMOUTH, NORMA GREY 
WILKINSON, ANN HATHAWAY 
WILKINSON, JAMES MARTIN 
WILKINSON, PATRICIA AN! 
WILLIS, SUSAN VANSANT 



Oxford 
Pink Hill 
Goldsboro 
Fayetteville 
Belhaven 
Greenville 



WILLIS, JAMES TURLINGTON 
WILSON, EDWARD BRYANT 
WILSON, GRADY MONROE 
WILSON, JERRY PHILIP 
WILSON, WILLIAM EDGAR 
WINDHAM, ROBERT EARL 



Coats 

Henderson 

Robbins 

Bear Creek 

Newton Grove 

Walstonburg 



WINSLOW, ALFRED HARLOW 
WINSTEAD, BETSY CAROL 
WINSTEAD, THOMAS JACKSON 
WINSTEAD, WILLIAM LINZY 
WINSTEAD, WILLIAM RONALD 
WOMBLE, SAMUEL EDWARD 



WOODARD, RACHEL BRITT 
WOODY, JEAN SHARON 
WOODARD, JASPER EVANS 
WOOTEN, ELIZABETH CAROL 
WOOTON, JAMES NEVILLE 
WOOTEN, PEGGY JOAN 



WOOTEN, WILLARD MITCHELL Greenville 
WORNON, SAMUEL JOSEPH Hampton, Va. 

WORRELL, BILLY RAY Goldsboro 

WORTHINGTON, IRMA SUE Winterville 

WORTHINGTON, JULIAN MACK Winterville 
WORTHINGTON, LEE BROWN Winterville 



WORTHINGTON, OLIVER WENDELL 

„, Mooresville 

WORTHINGTON, VICTOR MARLOWE 

„,^ Winterville 

WRAY, PEGGY DEAN Gaston 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM RAMSEY Hampton, Va 

WYNN, BETTY ANN Washington 

YATES, ANN BRYAN Apex 

YELVERTON, GEORGE ALDON Greenville 

YELTON, LOIS KAYE Rutherfordton 

YORK, TOMMY LYNN Asheville 

YORK, TONY NICHOLAS Siler Citv 

YORKE, MIKE WHITLEY Kannapolis 

YOW, SANDRA KAY Gibsonville 



ZACHARY, JOAN CARROLL 
ZUCKER, ROBERT NEAL 




Greensboro 
Roanoke Rapids 



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SPORTS 

The progress of everyman re- 
quires more than just the educa- 
tion of his mind. There should be 
time for relaxation and opportuni- 
ties for developing his body. The 
sports program of ECC offers both 
the interested student. 






EARL SMITH 
Basketball 



WENDELL CARR 
Tennis 




JIM MALLORY 
Baseball 



JACK BOONE 
Football 



RAY MARTINEZ 

Swimming 






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ill McDonald, line coach. 



Coach Jack Boone's East Carolina football 
machine again found itself on the spot. This 
was to be a year of rebuilding and patience. 
However, the Pirates, facing a depth prob- 
lem, made the best of their reserves, win- 
ning 7 games and losing only 3. In the confer- 
ence the Pirates lost only to Lenoir Rhyne, 
the NAIA champions, and Appalachian. 

The Pirates made a strong finish by crush- 
ing Richmond University 22-7. This was the 
first time the Pirates have defeated a South- 
ern Conference foe, and proves that East 
Carolina has the power to be in the Southern 
Conference. 

Pacing the Pirates were All Conference 
Clayton Piland, Sonny Basinger, and honor- 
able mention All American Glenn Bass. Along 
with these were other standouts such as Bill 
Strickland, Tommy Mathews, Bert Stafford, 
Nick Hilgert, and Dan Rouse. 

With some of these standouts and a few 
promising freshmen, Coach Boone hopes to 
add another winning season to his list. 



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First Row: Coach Jack Boone, Jones Lockerman, Gary 
Pierce, Vernon Davis, Wayne Davis, Bill Strickland, 
Glenn Bass, Chuck Gordon, Bert Stafford, Bob Gregson, 
Clayton Piland, Bobby Bunigardner, Sonny Basinger, Bill 
McDonald. Second Row: Howard Black (equipment man- 
ager), Nick Hilgert, Mac Seymore, Henry Kwaitkowski,' 
Dempsey Williams, Phillip Halstead, Mac Tracker, Henry 



Vansant, Dan Rouse, Earl Sweet, Gary Canady, Bob Mul- 
drow. Tommy Mathews, Frank Madigan. Third Row: John 
Stauffer (manager), John Mathews, David Rogers, Rich- 
ard Stevens, Gary Parker, James Strawbridge, David 
Smith, Dallas Hollingsworth, Murray McDiarmid, Bill 
Torrence, Bill Crisp (trainer), John Creech (manager). 



EAST CAROLINA 21 

NEWPORT NEWS 6 

East Carolina's "w.arm-ui3" game with New- 
port News Apprentice School provided coach 
Jack Boone with an idea of what to expect from 
his team during the 1960 campaign. 

Using the second and third units to full ad- 
vantage, the Pirates had no trouble in subdue- 
ing the Virginians. Little Ail-American Glenn 
Bass climaxed a 65-yard scoring march by tak- 
ing a pass from Bert Stafford and the Pirates 
were on their way. Bass scored two more TD's 
and Heniy Kwaitkowski added three extra 
points to lead the East Carolina offensive ef- 
fort. 





NICK HILGERT 
Fullback 



Basinger saves an opponent touchdown with 
shoe-string tackle. 



CO-CAPTAINS 
Glenn Bass and Chuck Gordon 





Fullback Nick Hilgert takes the kick-off against Guilford with Chuck Gordon leading 
interference. 



EAST CAROLINA 7 

GUILFORD 



On a great defensive effort,, the Bucs 
marked up their first North State Confer- 
ence victory over a stubborn Guilford team. 
Halfback Glenn Bass had the game's only- 
score on a 10-yard scamper after a 31-yard 



gain by Tommy Mathews had set up the 
touchdown. In addition to Mathews and 
Bass, reserve fullback Billy Strickland was 
instrumental in the win. 



CLAYTON PILAND 
Guard 



MAC THACKER 
Fullback 






EAST CAROLINA 28 

CATAWBA 

East Carolina chalked up its third straight victory 
by pushing all 28 points across the Catawba goal 
line in the second half after a scoreless tie before in- 
termission. 

Halfbacks Sonny Basinger, Mac Thacker, Glenn 
Bass, Tommy Mathews and fullbacks Nick Hilgert 
and Billy Strickland produced a touchdown each for 
the Pirates. Tackle Henry Kwaitkowski added the 
extra points while center Henry Vansant also 
played a major part in the victory. 



GLENN BASS 
Halfback 




Basinger 



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TOMMY MATHEWS 
Halfback 



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Quarterback 



EAST CAROLINA 14 

ELON 8 

In a see-saw struggle with Elon's 
Christians, East Carolina came 
from behind to win their fourth con- 
secutive contest of the season and 
their third in conference action. 
This placed the Pirates in the North 
State Conference lead. 

Fullback Billy Strickland blasted 
across the goal line for both scores. 

Quarterback Bart Stafford 
passed to end Jones Lockerman for 
the two point conversion making 
the final score 14-8. Henry Kwait- 
kowski, Wayne Davis, Chuck Gor- 
don, Vernon Davis received major 
credit in the victory for their out- 
standing line play. 




GARY PIERCE 
Tackle 




Stafford gets set to return a kickoff. 




Halfback 
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Shifty Mac Thacker 
brings the homecoming 
crowd to its feet with his 
elusive running. 



EAST CAROLINA 7 

WESTERN CAROLINA 6 

A homecoming crowd of over 9,000, 
people watched East Carolina roll up vic- 
tory number five against a strong West- 
ern Carolina team. The win kept the Bucs 
atop the North State Conference stand- 
ings. 

Senior halfback Mac Thacker inter- 
cepted a Western Carolina aerial and re- 
turned it 90 yards for the only touch- 
down of the game. Clayton Piland threw 
the key block that enabled Thacker to 
score. Henry Kwaitkowski boosted his 
ninth consecutive extra point to provide 
the winning margin. 





VERNON DAVIS 
Tackle 



CHUCK GORDON 
Center 



An unidentified Newberry player finds the going rough 
in the Pirate stadium. 




WAYNE DAVIS 
Guard 




EAST CAROLINA 21 



NEWBERRY 







Another tremendous team effort enabled 
East Carolina's unbeaten Pirates to defeat 
a favored Newberry College team. Tommy 
Mathews, Dan Rouse, and Richard Jackson 
each produced a touchdown for the Bucs. 
This was a great team effort and the 
line play deserved a great deal of credit. 
Henry Kwaitkowski, Clayton Piland, 
Chuck Gordon, Earl Sweet, and Bobby 
Bumgardner stood out for the Pirate for- 
ward wall. 



BOB GREGSON 
Guard 



HENRY VANSANT 
Center 



BOBBY BUMGARDNER 
End 




EAST CAROLINA 17 

APPALACHIAN 21 

The Mountaineers handed East Carolina their 
first loss of the season in this thrilling contest. 
After Appalachian had grabbed a quick 8-0 lead, 
Henry Kwiatkowski kicked a 9-yard field goal 
to narrow the margin to 8-3. Basinger scored 
to put the Pirates into a short-lived 10-8 advan- 
tage. The Apps held a 14-10 lead at halftime 
while adding an insurance score in the second 
half. Two pass interceptions by Appalachian 
halted the Pirates attempt to win the game. 




HENRY KWIATKOWSKI 
Tackle 



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Halfback Glenn Bass seems to be off on another long run. 
However, a penalty nullified this one. 




EAST CAROLINA 

LENOIR RHYNE 17 

East Carolina lost its chance for the North 
State Conference championship as they fell 
under the power of Lenoir Rhyne, the na- 
tion's number-one ranked small college team. 
The underdog Pirates played well against 
the Bears, but could never cross the Lenoir 
Rhyne goal line. This loss was the second in 
as many games for coach Jack Boone's squad. 



PHIL HALSTEAD 
Fullback 



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GARY CANADY 

Guard 




JONES LOCKERMAN 
End 



DAVID ROGERS 
Fullback 



EAST CAROLINA 7 

PRESBYTERIAN 27 

A host of fleet Presbyterian backs were 
responsible for East Carolina's third straight 
setback as the Blue Hose dropped the locals 

27-7. 

Quarterback Cary Parker tossed to Sonny 
Basinger for the Pirates only score. Henry 
Kwiatkowski booted his fifteenth extra point 
without a miss in this contest. 






DEMPSEY WILLIAMS 
Guard 



EAST CAROLINA . . 22 
RICHMOND 7 



HENRY KWIATOWSKI 
Tackle 



Richmond's heavily-favored Spiders returned 
home in amazement due to the pounding of their 
proud football team which had suffered a start- 
ling 22-7 defeat at the hands of a well condi- 
tioned East Carolina eleven. This was the con- 
test which finally brought to light the true po- 
tential of the Pirate squad. 

Glenn Bass startled the Richmond club by 
sprinting 96 yards for a touchdown at the begin- 



ning of the game. Quarterback Dan Rouse 
teamed up with end Richard Honeycutt and 
halfback Bass on two scoring pass plays. 

Although being out-weighed as much as 25 
pounds per man along the forward wall, the 
speqd and condition of the East Carolina line 
actually out-classed the Spiders in a fine defen- 
sive effort. 




Pirates take the field in full strength for Homecoming game. 




GARY PARKER 
Quarterback 



BILLY STRICKLAND 

Fullback 




BILL TORRENCE 
Halfback 





JAMES STRAWBRIDGE 




DAN ROUSE 
Quarterback 




JOHN MATHEWS 
Halfback 




DALLAS HOLLIXGSWORTH 
Guard 




BOB MULDROW 
End 



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after big gain. 




First row: V.I. Duke, Larry Rudisell, Buck Hodges, Fred 
Nantz, Richard Jackson, Ned Pickford, Ray Roberts, 
Bob Nesbitt, Frank Galloway, Rickey Jarrell. Second 
row: Ralph Kinsey, Richard Honeycutt, Robert Royster, 



Pete Thorell, Mike Lemond, Tom Michell, Bill Pickering, 
Wendell Worthington. Third row: Frank Friedland, Bill 
Burton, Johnny Anderson, D.C. Dickerson, Billy Sims, 
Skipper Duke. 



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The East Carolina cagers faced one 
of their toughest schedules in history 
with six lettermen returning from last 
year's squad. The Pirates finished their 
season with a 12-6 conference record. 
Although the Bucs gained the North 
State Conference lead during the sea- 
son, they were unable to retain first 
place. However, coach Earl Smith's 
crew provided many thrills for the East 
Carolina fans by their spirited play. 

The leading scorer for the team was jimmy long 

All-Conference forward Cotton Clay- Manager 

ton, who was followed closely by Don 

Smith and Charlie Lewis. The all-around ability of Lacy West, 
and the rebounding and defensive efforts of Bill Otte and Benny 
Bowes added the necessary balance to the team. Danny Bowen, 
Floyd Wicker, Dave Starrett, Nolan Respess, Sherwood Adcock, 
Jimmy Fornes, Mai Boyette, and Bryant Tudor supplied the 
bench strength needed for a winning season. Captain Don Smith 
is the only Pirate eager lost by graduation from the 1960-61 
squad. 




Top Row: Lacy M\est, Benny Bowes, Dave Starrett, Bill 
Otte, Don Smith, Lawrence Clayton, Mai Boyette. First 
Row: Sherwood Adcock, Bryant Tudor, Charlie Lewis, 



Floyd Wicker, 
Bowen. 



Nolan Respess, Jimmy Fornes, Danny 




Capt. DON SMITH 
Forward 




LAWRENCE "Cotton" CLAYTON 
Guard 




Charlie Lewis shoots his soft jump shot for two against 
High Point. 



CHARLIE LEWIS 
Guard 




The Pirates well developed fast-break 
provides Cotton Clayton with an easy 
lay-up. 




LACY WEST 
Forward 




Bill Otte scrambles for rebound as Lacy comes to his aid. 




BILL OTTE 
Center 




Floyd Wicker lays in two 
as Guilford players look on. 



Charlie Lewis ties up Guilford player 
a rebound. 



BENNIE BOWES 
Center 





NOLAN RESPESS 
Forward 



DAVE STARRETT 
Center 




SHERWOOD ADCOCK 
Guard 




360 Charlie Lewis drives against High Point as Bennie 

Bowes rushes in for possible rebound. 





RUSSELL KNOWLES 
Forward 



Captain Don Smith makes a nice block as a High 
Point player drives for the basket. 




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floor to take his stand for the Pi- 
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Guard 



Danny Bowen makes it look easy as he scores two 
against Guilford. 




BRYANT TUDOR 
Forward 





MAL BOYETTE 
Forward 



JIMMIE FORMES 
Guard 




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BASEBALL 



The Buc diamonders did it again. The 
1960 Bucs unleashed a brand of baseball 
that brought them another Noi'th State 
Conference title. Great pitching and time- 
ly hitting helped Coach Mallory's men 
bring the title to East Carolina. 

Superb pitching was provided through- 
out the season by such seasoned per- 
formers as Johnny Ellen, Nathan Green, 
and Larry Crayton. Clutch hitting from 
performers such as Glen Bass, Wally 
Cockrell, Gaiy Pierce, and Jim Martin 
also helped the Pirates win all but two 
conference games. 

The 1961 Buc diamonders will be gifted 
with the return of several lettermen and 
are again expected to win the North 
State Conference. 



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Head Baseball Coach 



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Left to right, first row: Larry Crayton, Ted Chappell, Jerry Carpenter, Jim Martin, 
Charlie Johnson. Second row: Nathan Green, Spencer Gaylord, Glen Bass, Johnny 
Ellen, Mickey Duffer, Wally Cockrell, A. W. Farris, Burl Morris. Third row: Kenny 
Snyder, Gary Pierce, Hubert Castelow, Wayne Wyatt, Dan Rouse, Merrill Byum, 
Manager Bobby Rainey. 




Pitchers: Left to right: Larry Crayton, Nathan Green, Dan Rouse, Johnny Ellen, 
Ted Chappell. 





JERRY CARPENTER 
WALLY COCKRELL 
Co-Captains 



Crayton displays winning 
form. 




Infielders, left to right: First row: Spencer Gaylord, Bill Duffer, Jim 
Martin, A. W. Farris. Second row: Hubert Castelow, Dan Rouse, Glen 





GLEN BASS 
Shortstop 



HUBERT CASTELOW 
Third Baseman 



JIM MARTIN 
First Baseman 



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Outfielders, left to right: Jerry Carpenter, Wally Cockrell, Gary Pierce, Wayne Wyatt, 
Merrill Byum. 





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JOHNNY ELLEN 





LARRY CRAYTON 



CHARLIE JOHNSON 








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SPENCER GAYLORD 
Second Baseman 



JERRY CARPENTER 



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NATHAN GREEN 



Martin comes across for another score 




TENNIS 



East Carolina's tennis team again in 
the 1960 season blazed to another Noi'th 
State Conference tennis championship. 
With skilled veterans and outstanding 
newcomers, the Buc netters won the 
championship with ease. 

In the conference tourney, John West, 
ranked No. 1 in the conference, won the 
singles crown and then teamed with 
Blarnie Tanner to capture the doubles 
crown. 

Coach Wendell Carr was very pleased 
with his first year as tennis coach at East 
Carolina and expects to retain the team's 
championship in 1961. 




Coach Wendell Carr and Co-Captains, Savage and West, 
discuss the next match. 




Left to right: Blarnie Tanner, Bert Stafford, Albert Webb, Jc 
Robertson, John Savage, John West, Coach Wendell Carr. 



Holloivay, Eltc 




JOHN WEST— No. 1 





BLARNIE TANNER 



JOHN SAVAGE 




BERT STAFFORD 




JOE HOLLOWAY 




Robertson and Holloway get set to receive serve in doubles match. 





John West demonstrates winning backhand. 



ALBERT WEBB 




ELTON ROBERTSON 




TRACK 



East Carolina's track team suf- 
fered the loss of several lettermen, 
who were record holders in the 
North State Conference, and lost 
their position of supremacy in the 
North State Conference. Under the 
coaching of Gary Mattocks and Lee 
Atkinson the track team took the 
losses in stride. 

As the season progressed, how- 
ever, they began to improve and 
placed fourth in the district NAIA 
track meet. 

With new recruits and consistent 
point makers, Basinger and Stevens, 
the Bucs are expected to be very im- 
proved for the 1961 season. 




Richard Stevens 
Broad Jump, High Jump, Pole Vault 




Cedric Johnson 
Javelin, 220 



Sonny Basinger 
220, 100, Broad Jump 




Marshal LaFavor 
Distance 





Basinger clears bar 




Kenny Hurst 
High Hurdles 



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Johnson makes javelin 



Sylvester Welch 
Javelin 



GOLF 



With the guidance of Coach Tucker the 
Buc's golf team had a very impressive year 
in winning the North State Conference 
golf championship. 

Playing consistent golf in helping win the 
title was veterans Don Conley and Paul 
Goodwin. Newcomers Bill Guthrie and 
Steve Fulp were very valuable with their 
consistent good game. 

With the return of veteran Conley, Guth- 
rie, and Fulp, the Buc linksters are expected 
to repeat the championship. 




Co-Captains 
Don Conley, Paul Goodwin 




Left to right: Jon Felton, Paul Goodwin, Steve Fulp, Don Conley, Bill Guthrie, Coach 
George Tucker. 




BILL GUTHRIE 




MICHAEL ROMANIN 




JON FELTON 




STEVE FULP 




TOMMY CARROLL 



Co-Captains 



TOMMY TUCKER 



Under the coaching of Ray 
Martinez, the East Carolina 
swijTiming- team finished with a 
fair season althoupfh this was 
labeled as a "rebuilding" year 
for the Pirate tankers . 

The swimmers compiled a 4-7 
dual meet record while compet- 
ing against such top-notch 
teams as Florida State, U. of 
Florida, U. of Georgia, U.N.C., 
V.P.L, William & Mary, and Ap- 
palachian. 

Martinez had to rebuild his 
1960-61 team from a nucleus of 
only four veteran swimmers and 
one diver from last year's squad 
which placed third in the NAIA 
finale in Deti-oit, Michigan. 

Co-captains Tommy Carroll 
and Tommy Tucker, along with 
Ed Zachau and Butch Edwards 
were the only returning swim- 
mers. Diver Bob Kingrey re- 
mained as the team's number 
one platform performer. 

Prospects are good for future 
teams if East Carolina's group 
of promising newcomers per- 
form as expected. 




Front Row: Coach Ray Martinez (standing), David Mayo, 
John Capera, Phil Turner, Thomas Houston, Mac Taylor, 
manager. Second Row: Doug Sutton, Bob Kingery, 'Lou 
Sullivan, John Baxter, Ray Stevens, Miles Barefoot. 



Third Row: James Roberts, Ken Trogdon, Gary Walters, 
Tommy Tucker, Tom Carroll, Ed Zschau, Virgil New- 
born, Barney Barrett. 








DAVID MAYO 
Breast stroke 



EDDIE ZSCHAU 
Backstroke, Individual Medley 




EDWARDS 
Freestyle 



VIRGIL MEWBORN 
Backstroke 




JOHN CAPERA 
Freestyle 



GARY WALTERS 
Breast stroke 




INTRAMURALS 





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Intramural Trophies 




Mitchel Moon gets 
way to "pay dirt." 



block and is on his way 



FOOTBALL 



Bob Boxley seems to be saying, "Hey fellows, thi; 
is touch football." 





BASKETBALL 



Larry Crayton looks amazed over this shot 
by Kenny Hurst. 




Bill Penny of the Wyatt Earps takes this rebound 
in fine fashion. 




Team captain Buddy Wyatt scores two for the Wyatt 
Earps. The Wyatt Earps are the 1961 Intramural 
Basketball Champions. 



Don Prince seems to be having trouble as 
he lays in two for the Country Gentlemen. 




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SOFTBALL 



Summer School Softball Chanipiuii^ Thu Scuff uis. 
Row 1 — Joe Best, J.W. Edwards and Trainer. Row 
2— Johnny Phillips, Gary Parker, Mac Thacker, Ed 
Norris, Jerry Shackelford. 




Gary Mattocks takes his turn at the plate at a decisive point in the game. 




A.G. Allen belts on into left field. 




CHEERLEADERS 

The cheerleaders of East Carolina College led by 
head cheerleader, Phyllis Langston, have accom- 
plished a great deal this year. Leading the chants 
and cheers at varsity athletic events such as foot- 
ball and basketball games, they have played a prom- 
inent role in improving school spirit. 

Besides having led the cheers at home games, the 
girls sponsored pep rallies, decorated the goal-posts, 
traveled to many out-of-town games, and organized 
bonfires. 

The cheerleaders are selected during the spring 
quarter of each year by a faculty-student commit- 
tee. These girls, through their hard work reflect 
a sincere interest in spreading the proud spirit of 
the college. 



The cheerleaders are: Lillian Moye, Mary Elizabeth Gardner, Elizabeth Gotten, Judy 
Jolly, Phyllis Langston, Kay Hood, Carol Rankin, Jo Anne Balance, and Margaret Lao. 



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Adams, James F 240 

Adams, Judy Carole 314 

Adams, Lola Dianne 296 

Adcock, Edna Rose 314 

Adcock, Elizabeth Ann 314 

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Adcock, Sherwood Lee 296 

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Adkins, Margaret Ann 314 

Adler, Louis Foxman 314 

Aiken, Patricia Louise 311 

Albright, James Taylor 280 

Albritton, Sidney Mewborn 240 

Albritton, Jane Norman 296 

Aldridge, Carol Elaine 314 

Aldridge, Wanda Jean 314 

Alexander, Kenneth Gene .... 280 

Alexander, Patsy Ann 280 

Alford, James Bass 314 

Alford, Murray Mac 296 

Alford, Winnie Evelyn 314 

Allen, Anne Frances 296 

Allen, Arlene Ethel 314 

Allen, Barbara Lynn 314 

Allen, Bettv Compton 240 

Allen, Beverly Elaine 280 

Allen, Brenda Lee 296 

Allen, Carolyn Jean 296 

Allen, Dallas Fred 240 

Allen, Ebern Earl 314 

Allen, J. Ann 314 

Allen, Martha Alice 296 

Allen, Robert Randolph 314 

Allen, Shelba Dean 240 

Allen, Shelby Dean 296 

Allen, Walker Lee 280 

Alligood, Bette Lou 240 

Alligood, Aloria Ann 296 

Allison, James Richard 314 

Abbsbrook, Lelane Lawbence, Jr. 296 

Allsbrook, Pamela Kay 314 

Alphin, John Archie, Jr 240 

Alphin, William Glenn 280 

Alston, Rubv Leigh 296 

Aman, Effieless 280 

Aman, Gene Thomas 314 

Aman, Willin Jackson 240 

Amis, Walter Scott 311 

Amnions, Judith Lee 240 

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Anderson, Ernest Yates 280 

Anderson, Johnny Young 314 

Anderson, Margaret Yvonne .... 296 

Anderson, Sandra Joan 314 

Anderson, Trudy Elizabeth ... 296 

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Anders, Willie C 296 

Andrea, Judith M 314 

Andrews, James T 314 

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Andrews, Rachael W 280 

Andy, Carolyn Anne 314 

Ange, Robert Lee 296 

Angell, Myson M 280 

Angle, Billie A 314 

Ansley, Patricia A 296 

Anthony, Barbara J 296 

Anthony, Julia B 296 

Anthony, Paul L 290 

Arey, Ronald S 314 

Armstrong, Linda G 314 

Armstrong, Margaret A 314 

Arnold, Irell R 296 

Arnold, Stanley G 296 

Arnold, Wilson Thomas 240 

Arnoult, Joseph H 314 



Arledge, James Curtis, Jr 280 

Arthur, Charles L 314 

Arthur, Thelbert Donald 280 

Asbell, Jacqueline H 296 

Ashley, Nadean Lee 314 

Askew, Norlenn E 314 

Atkins, Linda L 314 

Atkinson, Margie A 280 

Atkinson, Myra G, 314 

Autry, Betty Reaves 314 

Ausley, Billy Wayne 314 

Autry, Glenn McCray 296 

Autry, William S 240 

Austin, Alfred R 314 

Austin, Dawn E 314 

Avent, Barbara 240 

Averette, Barnie W 296 

Averette, Patricia Ann 314 

Averette, Roger H 240 

Avery, Benjiman Kerr 296 

Avery, Kelores Faye 240 

Avery, Michael V." 296 

Aycock, George A 314 

Ayers, Mary F 240 

Ayscue, Jack T., Jr 240 



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Badgett, Judith C 296 

Baggett, Judy Louise 296 

Baggett, N. Grey ... 241 

Bagwell, Tina Cooper 296 

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Bailev, Bettie Jo 314 

Bailey, Herbert T 314 

Bailey, James Zuill 280 

Bailev, Nancy Ruth 314 

Bailey, Otis Talmadge 314 

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Baker, Don Alen 314 

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Baker, Helen R 280 

Baker, Fletcher B 280 

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Baker, Nancy Marie 296 

Baker, Repsv Walston 236 

Baker, Rita W 314 

Baldree, Nelson 1 241 

Baldwin, Norma Jean 296 

Ballance, James B 288 

Ballance, Jo Anne 296 

Ballance, Mary Susan 241 

Ballard, Malcolm J., Jr 241 

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Banks, Pamelia Evangeline .... 296 

Barbate, Joseph F 241 

Barbam, Carole Anne 314 

Barclay, Norman D 31-5 

Barco, Barbara Gaye 314 

Barber, Clarence W 314 

Barber, Gracie Lee 280 

Barbour, Edith Rachel 241 

Bardin, Susan Marie 315 

Barefoot, Kay L 296 

Barefoot, Miles F 315 

fiarfield, Janet Pate 241 

Barfield, Judy Ann 315 

Barham, Frank Earl 290 

Barkley, Erma C 315 

Barnes, H. Jean 315 

Barne, Jackie Cooper 296 

Barnes, Kenneth T 315 

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Earnhardt, Beatrice V 296 

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Barrett, John Bernard 280 

Barrett, Katherine E 296 

Barringer, John T 280 

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Barrow, June Carolyne 241 

Barrow, Vivian Carol 280 

Barwick, Rodney W 315 

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Bass, Jimmy R 280 

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Basnight, Rebecca Elaine 297 

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Bateman, W. E 315 

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Batson, James Albert 315 

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Baum, Walter G 297 

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Bedsworth, Sarita Pearl 315 

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Blackley, LaVerne 315 

Blackwelder, Charles R 315 

Blake, James A 315 

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Blanchard, Emily B 297 

Bland, Charles D 297 

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Blanks, I. Grey 297 

Blann, Irma Lee 315 

Blanton, Cary C. ... 315 

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Blinson, Bobby R. 243 

Blizzard, Joyce Ann 315 

Blizard, Lawrence M 280 

Blue, Ellen Rebecca .... 243 

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Blythe, Jimmy Gray 280 

Blythe, Margaret Elizabeth 315 

Bobbitt, Jim Walker 297 

Bobbitt, Joan F 315 

Bobbitt, Richard B 315 

Boddie, Kathryn E 297 

Bolton, Jeanette R 297 

Banner, Lana Lee . . 297 

Banner, M. Mixon 315 

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Boone, Joyce Kaye 280 

Boone, Henry C 315 

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Bordeaux, Grady A 280 

Bostic, Frank V. . . 243 

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Bowden, Milly Hart . . 280 

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Bowen, Verna Faye ... 281 

Bowling, William H 315 

Boxley, Robert W 315 

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Boyd, Billie B. . 315 

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Boyd, Galin R . 243 

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Boyd, Jack . 243 

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Bradley, Earl Tim 315 

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Bradley, Russell L 316 

Bradley, Sandra W 316 

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Brafford, Victoria . 316 

Bragg, Henry Jennings 297 

Branch, Robert Clinton ... ... 316 

Brandon, Elizabeth R 316 

Brannon, Elizabeth Kay 316 

Brannon, Joe Palmer 316 

Branson, Samuel Swain 243 

Brantley, Edith Faye 281 

Brantley, Patricia Anne 281 

Brantley, Roland Chester 297 

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Braxton, Julia Carolyn 316 



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Breazeale, Norma G 281 

Brewer, Donald Lee 316 

Brewer, Hilda Marie 316 

Brewer, Jack L 281 

Brewer, Jolinda 297 

Brewer, Linda E 316 

Brewer, Paul A 316 

Brewer, Rick D 316 

Brickley, Ted M 297 

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Bright, Norma Faye 316 

Briley, Walter C 281 

Brinson, Dorothy E 243 

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Brinson, Wilbor Jackson 297 

Brinkley, William E 316 

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Britt, Carroll M 297 

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Britt, Nancy E. 316 

Britt, Nettie Sue 316 

Britt, William J 281 

Brisson, Judy Hester 316 

Brixhoff, Lynda Carol ... 316 

Brockwell, Richard W 316 

Brooks, Carolyn Elizabeth 316 

Brooks, Betty Gray 297 

Brooks, Gene T 243 

Brooks, Julia Rebecca 281 

Brooks, Lela Jean 316 

Brooks, Phillip Kelly 297 

Broome, Donna Marie 316 

Brothers, Anne Louise 297 

Brotherton, Miner K 243 

Brougton, Diane Elizabeth 243 

Brown, Almeta 281 

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Brown, Benjamin G 316 

Brown, Betty Ann 243 

Brown, Carolyn B. ... 281 

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Brown, Claudia C 31( 

Brown, Dencie Kay 24i; 

Brown, Dora Ann 316 

Brown, Doris Gail ... 287 

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Brown, Elizabeth Faye 316 

Brown, Elwood Richard 243 

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Brown, Harold Ellis 281 

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Brown, Kathryn Raye 281 

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Brown, Nancy Carroll 298 

Brown, Nancy Virginia 244 

Brown, Nina L 244 

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Brown, Shirley H 298 

Brown, Wayne C 316 

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Browning, Donald Jesep 316 

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Browder, Shelia A 281 

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Bryan, Sandra Kay 297 

Bryan, Thelma Jane 281 

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Bryson, Dee 244 

Bryson. Edna L 244 

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Buck, Marilynn Ann 244 



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Buchanan, Hugh Smith 298 

Buffaloe, William Bryant 244 

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Bullard, Leona 244 

Bullard, Lina Faye 281 

Bullard, Neal Kay 244 

Bullard, Thomas W 298 

Bullock, Carol V 281 

Bullock, George M 316 

Bullock, Jacqueline 316 

Bullock, Marvin F . 316 

Bullock, Pearlene A 281 

Bunch, Betty R 316 

Bunch, Edwood 281 

Bunch, Margaret R 316 

Bundy, Ola Mae 316 

Bunting, Melva K 316 

Bunting, Michael L 244 

Bunting, Patsy Jean 244 

Bunting, Polly Linda 316 

Burch, Bonnie L 281 

Burgess, Annette M 244 

Burgess, Edna Kaye 316 

Burgess, James Lynn 244 

Burkett, David A 316 

Burkett, Linda C 244 

Burks, Barney L 316 

Burns, James C 281 

Burris, Malcolm L 298 

Burroughs, Diane F 316 

Burton, William G 316 

Bustle, Charles R 281 

Butler, Cinda Lou 316 

Butler, Elizabeth Ann 298 

Butler, Morrison K 316 

Butler, Morris V 244 

Butler, Murdock M 297 

Butler, Robert Parker 281 

Butler, Virginia Carol . 281 

Butler, William T 298 

Butts, Linda Gray 298 

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Byrd, Charles H 245 

Byrd, Dennis Paul 316 

Byrd, Frances Elaine 245 

Byrd, Hazel L 298 

Byrd, Robert Gentry ... 245 

Bynum, Catherine W 245 

Byrum, Joyce Anne 245 

Bynum, Merrill H 298 



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Cain, Linda Harriet 317 

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Campbell, Carolyn Anne 317 

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Canipe, Brenda Joyce 317 

Canipe, Michael E 317 

Canipe, Peggie J 317 

Cannady, Becky Jo 298 

Cannady, Diana Gay 317 

Cannady, Sylvia Delores 317 

Cannon, James Alfred, Jr 298 

Cannon, Joan Francine 298 

Cannon, L. Julaine 281 

Cannon, Travis Ann 281 

Cantrell, Henry B 317 

Capps, Jean N 245 

Capps, Ronald E 245 




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Cardy^ Jay Wade 245 

Carnahan^ Martha Olivia 317 

Carroll, William W., Jr 298 

Caroon, Nathan A 317 

Carr, Eugene B 245 

Carr, Nancy Lou 281 

Carraway, Edward E . 245 

Carraway, Martha B 245 

Carroll, Edward Lee 281 

Carroll, Elizabeth ... 317 

Carroll, Thomas Burgess 245 

Carrow, Donald H. . 282 

Carroway, Kenneth Lyle 317 

Carson, Betty Sue 282 

Carson, Eatricia Anne 298 

Carstarphan, Frankie 298 

Carter,' Alfred W 298 

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Carter, Donald W 282 

Carter, Geraldine E 317 

Carter, Helen V 298 

Carter, Helon Grace 317 

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Catlett, Norma Jean 282 

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Chalk, Denise Rhyne 317 

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Chester, James Stewart 298 

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Chestnutt, Sylvia I . 317 

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Clark, Myra Gaylene 298 

Clark, Sarah Anne . . 298 

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Clary, Sara Willie 298 

Clay, Anne Jeanette 282 

Clagg, Delores E 298 

Clayton, Lawrence H 298 



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Coltrawe, Carl Wesley 299 

Colwell, Evelyn D 282 

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Comer, Julia Elizabeth 317 

Comer, Linda Ann 282 

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Conepa, John Columbus 317 

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Congleton, Kenneth R 317 

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Cooper, Bruce Arthur 246 

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Godwin, Ronnie Lewis 320 

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Godwin, William Martin 321 

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Helms, Martin R 322 

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Greenville 



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North Carolina 



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Hopkins, Giles Dion 303 

Hopkins, Rosa V 323 

Hopkins, Tommie S 323 

Home, Eugene B 323 

Horne, Melba G 303 

Home, Patricia Ann 323 

Hoiton, Harriett E 256 

Horton, James Massey 237 

House, Dorothy S. . ." 323 

House, R. Elaine 323 

House, Richard M 323 

Houston, Sally K 256 

Houston, Thomas Karr 323 

Howard, Cecil M 323 

Howard, Dora M 303 

Howard, James 302 

Howard, Mary 323 

Howard, Patricia Ann 323 

Howard, Thomas M 286 

Howard, W. W 323 

Howell, Bruce 1 323 

Howell, Louis W 323 

Howell, Shelby J 286 

Howie, Charles L 323 

Hoyle, Sylvia A 286 

Hubbard, Herman B 303 

Hubbard, Janice Faye 303 

Hubbard, Nancy D 303 

Hudgins, Judy Lane 323 

Hudgins, Martha Hall 323 

Hudnall, Donna F 323 

Hudnell, Joseph R 286 

Hudnell, Mary Alice 286 

Hudnell.. Mary L 323 

Hudson, Bobby L 323 

Hudson, Geraldine 323 

Hudson, Isaac J 303 

Hudson, James G 286 

Hudson, Janice D 286 

Hudson, Joel Blanney 256 

Hudson, L. Gay 286 

Hudson, Samuel P 256 

Hudson, William L 286 

Hudspeth, Lawrence E 323 

Huffines, James M 256 

Huffstetler, Larry W 286 

Huggins, Lloyd F 286 

Huggins, Patricia Ann 323 

Hughes, Frances Lee 237 

Hughes, Linda Lucille 323 

Hughes, Neal W ,323 

Hughes, Patricia Ann 303 

Hulcher, Charles B 303 

Humphrey, Carlyle P 256 

Humphrey, Charles A 303 

Humphrey, Jean R 323 

Humphrey, Margaret Ann 323 

Humphrey, Richard Louis 256 

Humphreys, Dorothy E 286 

Humphreys, Robert H 256 

Humphries, Charlotte Ann 256 

Humphries, Orville Lee 303 

Hundley, Jackie R 286 

Huneycutt, Richard K 323 

Hunnicutt, Norma Jean 303 

Hunsucker, Sue E 323 

Hunt, Carolyn Frances 286 

Hunt, Rector Sammuel 303 

Hunt, Ronald A 286 

Hunt, Willie A 323 

Hunter, Dorothy R ' 303 

Hunter, Patsy F 286 

Hunter, Robert K 303 

Hunter, Shirley Ruth 323 

Hunter, Wayland G 323 

Hunsucker, Sandra Elizabeth . . 28G 

Hurst, Darrell W 256 

Hutchens, Robert L 256 

Hutchins, Rebecca J 286 

Hutto, Sue Carole 323 

Hyman, Kaye Frances 286 



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Ingram, Norma Jean 323 

Inman, Amelia Pauline 303 

Innian, Mary Irene 303 

Inman, Patricia Ann 256 

Inman, Stuart Nelson 303 

Ipock, George Thomas, Jr 256 

Ipock, Laura Jane 323 

Irons, Ben Jibson 286 

Irons, Mary Ellen 237 

Ivey, Georgia L 286 

Ivey, Larry Thomas 303 



Jackson, Anne Phelps 256 

Jackson, Betty Ann 323 

Jackson, Billy Pat 256 

Jackson, Billy Ray 286 

Jackson, Constance Britt 256 

Jackson, David Wayne 323 

Jackson, Eleanor Janet 323 

Jackson, Elizabeth Ann 303 

Jackson, Ida Sue 303 

Jackson, Jim Francis 303 

Jackson, Johnny Lenair 323 

Jackson, Joyce Lee 323 

Jackson, Judith Ann 323 

Jackson, Judy Faye 303 

Jackson, Lee Duncan 323 

Jackson, Marjorie J 323 

Jackson, Richard Donald ...... 323 

Jackson, Robert Lewis 286 

Jackson, Stella Sauls 286 

Jackson, Thomas T 257 

Jackson, Wesley Franklin 257 

Jackson, William Carlton, Jr. ... 286 

James, Joyce Ann 323 

James, Polly Lee 393 

James, Robert L 303 

James, Samuel .4dams, Jr. . . . . . 323 

Jamison, James V ' 257 

Jarman, Charlotte Elizabeth '.'.'. 323 

Jarrel, Clyde Rickey 323 

Jeffreys, Brenda Louise 323 

Jenkins, Barbara Alice 323 

Jenkins, Barbara Ann 323 

Jenkins, Joyce Faye 257 

Jenkins, Paul Dewey 257 

Jennette, Sandra Rae 286 

Jennings, William Charles 303 

Jenrette, Polly Ann 286 

Jenson, Rudd Lee 257 

Jernigan, Charles Buck '. 323 

Jernigan, C. Faydene 323 

Jernigan, Glenn Reginald 257 

Jernigan, Joseph Hubert, Jr. . 286 

Jernigan, Judith Faye 257 

Jessup, Peggy Joyce 286 

Johns, Fred Louis 286 

Johnson, Alice Marie 324 

Johnson, Ames Cephas 303 

Johnson, Ann Carolyn 303 

Johnson, Annie Blanche 323 

Johnson, Barbara Ann 324 

Johnson, Berklin Leon 257 

Johnson, Brenda Carolyn 324 

Johnson, Charles Eston 286 

Johnson, Chris Ryal 304 

Johnson, Donald R 286 

Johnson, Dorothy Gwendolyn ... 286 

Johnson, Elizabeth Ann 257 

Johnson, Elizabeth Anne 324 

Johnson, Evelyn Caroline 257 

Johnson, Faye Elizabeth 304 

Johnson, Garland Francis 257 

Johnson, Glenda Ellen 257 

Johnson, Jane Wodison 324 

Johnson, Janet Gaye 324 

Johnson, Jerry Barefoot 304 



Johnson, Joe Deleon 324 

Johnson, John Douglas 304 

Johnson, John Wiley 287 

Johnson, Johnny Edward 287 

Johnson, Joyce Evelyn 257 

Johnson, Julia Patrick 287 

Johnson, Katherine Elaine 324 

Johnson. Larry Eugene 287 

Johnson, Linda Gayle 304 

Johnson, Martha Anne 287 

Johnson, Martha Hill 304 

Johnson, Mary Jean 324 

Johnson, Millard Gardner, Jr. ... 324 

Johnson, Nancy Smillie 324 

Johnson, Norma Lee 287 

Johnson, Patricia Lee 324 

Johnson, Peggy Ann 324 

Johnson, Robert Kenneth 304 

Johnson, Ruth Alice 324 

Johnson, Spottswood 304 

Johnson, Ted 257 

Johnson, Walter William 287 

Johnson, William L., Jr. ... 287 

Jolliff , Mary Ella 304 

Jolly, Judith Reed 257 

Jones, Alma Elizabeth 324 

Jones, Ann Landra 324 

Jones, Barbara Annette 287 

Jones, Barbara Jean 257 

Jones, Bonnie Joyce 304 

Jones, Charles Clifton [ 257 

Jones, Constance Geraldine 258 

Jones, Dorothy Kay 287 

Jones, Edna Gray 304 

Jones, Foster Edward 324 

Jones, Gene Douglas 304 

Jones, Jacqueline May 324 

Jones, Jasper L., Jr. *. 304 

Jones, Jeannette Ann ' 324 

Jones, Jimmy Martin 324 

Jones, Jo Anne 324 

Jones, John Garner 324 

Jones, John Robert, Jr 324 

Jones, Joyce Carol 287 

Jones. Juanita 287 

Jones, Judy Corbett '. 304 

Jones, Katie Elizabeth 287" 

Jones, Kenneth Raynor 287 

Jones, M. Sue 287 

Jones, Mable Canley 304 

Jones, Martha Llewellyn 324 

Jones, Michael Daniels 287 

Jones, Nan Harrison 258 

Jones, Nancy Louise 258 

Jones, Ray Edward 258 

Jones, Riddick M., Jr 258 

Jones, Robert Alton 324 

Jones, Robert Beasley 287 

Jones, Roy Smith 324 

Jones, Stephen Thomas 324 

Jones, Will, III 287 

Jones, William Earl . . . . 287 

Jones, William Garrett 324 

Jordan, DeEtta Olive 304 

Jordan, Dolores Faye 287 

Jordan, Eva Doris 324 

Jordan, Nancy Lou 324 

Jordan, Ozella R 304 

Jordan, Ruth Chappell 304 

Jorgensen, Lynn Christian 387- 

Joyner, Allan Ray 258 

Joyner, Edward L., Jr 304 

Joyner, Ellen Gayle 304 

Joyner, J. Faison 324 

Joyner, Jacqueline 258 

Joyner, Jean Helen 258 

Joyner, Jimmy A 324 

Joyner, Joseph Donley 324 

Joyner, Kenneth Lee 324 

Joyner, Lena B 258 

Joyner, Linda Jane 324 

Joyner, William Harding 324 




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Kaleel, Judith Ada 324 

Kammer, Blanche Keels 287 

Kasey, Wink Preston 324 

Kast, Karen Elizabeth 324 

Katsias, Anthony Tony 324 

Katsias, Mike 258 

Keaton, Benjamine E., Jr 237 

Kearney, Ervin Douglas 324 

Kee, James Kelly 258 

Keffer, Linda Lee 287 

Keel, Betsy Jean 258 

Keel, Calvin Ray 258 

Keel, Frances Elizabeth 304 

Keel, Hilda Sheron 304 

Keel, Lowell Lee 304 

Keen, Janis Lynn 30 1 

Keeter, Jamie Lexton 258 

Keith, Hester Maynard, Jr 287 

Kellenbsrger, George Allen 258 

Keller, Donald Edward 258 

Keller, Judith Ann 324 

Kellihan, Annie Grey 258 

Kellum, Beth 258 

Kelly, Barbara Ann 259 

Kelly, Donald Ray 287 

Kelly, James Dominic 304 

Kelly, Newton Jay, Jr 324 

Kendall, Martha Ann 324 

Kennedy, Cynthia Allen 324 

Kennedy, Edward Thomas, Jr. . . . 324 

Kennedy, G. Claude 287 

Kennedy, Geraldine 324 

Kennedy, Patricia Hammond .... 324 

Kennedy, Ida Geraldine 287 

Kennedy, Sandra Kay 324 

Kennedy, Troy Wayne 287 

Kenner, Nancy Grace 30< 

Kennerly, Nancy Carole 25s 

Kennington, Mary Ann 324 

Kerley, Jo Nell 304 

Kern, Olive Ralph 324 

Kelchie, Delores M 324 

Kilday, John William 324 

Killian, Sandra Juanita 304 

Kilpatrick, Alexander Jefferson . 324 
Kilpatrick, Harold Gregory . . . , . 324 

Kilpatrick, Harry Graham 324 

Kilpatrick, Kenneth Karl 259 

Kilpatrick, Michael Wilson 287 

King, Anne Overton 259 

King, Charles Richard 259 

King, Elbert Edmon, Jr 324 

King, Howard Holton 259 

King, Hilda Gray 304 

King, Lou Ann 324 

King, Nancy Guy 304 

King, Vince'nt Craig 324 

Kingrey, Robert Neal 304 

Kinsey, Charles Ralph, Jr 325 

Kinsey, Nancy Carol 259 

Kirkland, James B., Jr 287 

Kitchings, Henry B 287 

Kivett, Ada Jane 325 

Kivette, Patricia Hunt 325 

Klingman, Charles Ross 325 

Knight, Henry Clay 325 

Knowles, Russell R 325 

Kopp, John Richard ..-..-. 325 

Kunka, Robert John 325 

Knarr, John Jacob 287 

Kneeshaw, Sue Ella 304 

Knight, Laura Velma 287 

Knight, Leland Quinn 259 

Knowles, Rodney Lee 304 

Knox, M. Elizabeth 287 

Kepley, Anne M 304 

Kopp, William A., Jr 259 

Koonce, Sidney Gale 304 

Kernegay, Robert Hugh Jr 259 



Labaume, Catherine 237 

Lackey, Joanne Hurt 287 

Lackey, Thomas Lantz 287 

Lakin, Gary Edward 304 

Lambert, Dennis Keith 325 

Lambert, Judith Ann 304 

Lambert, Nancy Gail 325 

Lamm, Billie ' 259 

Lamm, Sylvia Lynette 287 

Lancaster, Carolyn Rose 325 

Lancaster, Charles G., Jr 301 

Lancaster, Edward Earle 259 

Lancaster, Larry Leon 325 

Lancaster, Mary Jo 304 

Landen, Carol Blowe 287 

Landen, Charles Macon 304 

Landikusic, Thomas 259 

Lane, Betsy Jean 325 

Lane, Betty Hope 287 

Lane, Dave R 304 

Lane, Peggy Louise 287 

Lane, Troy Lee 325 

Langdon, Jackie Safrit 304 

Langdon, Brenda Faye 287 

Langdon, Phyllis Faye 287 

Langdon, Ruby Jelynn 304 

Langdon, Phil Ellis 325 

Langley, Donna Gwendolyn 259 

Langley, Joseph Alfred, Jr 325 

Lanier, Helen Elizabeth 325 

Lanier, James Allen 237 

Lanier, Rebecca Wells 287 

Lanier, Thomas Frederick 325 

Lao, Leonard G 259 

Lao, Margaret Smith 259 

Langston, Barbara Janice 259 

Langston, Phyllis Carole 259 

Lanning, Elisabeth Kay 325 

Lantz, James Herbert 287 

Lasater, Jean Carolyn 287 

Lasater, Mary Ann 325 

Lassiter, Allen Gilbert, Jr 325 

Lassiter, Fred Irvin 288 

Lassiter, James Franklin 325 

Lassiter, Lonnie Wayne 325 

Lassiter, Sheldon Ray 304 

Lassiter, Sue Evelyn 260 

Lassiter, Ted Arvin 304 

Latham, James R 260 

Latham, Lewis Earl 325 

Laton, Hilda Faye 325 

Lawhorn, Donald Ray 260 

Lawrence, Horace G 325 

Lawrence, Mary Heola 260 

Lawson, Slade Burton 325 

Laye, Patricia Ann 260 

Layton, Carolyn Jean 305 

Leach, Mary Gwyndolyn 305 

Leary, Frances Pauline 325 

Leary, Thomas Grant, Jr 305 

Leathrum, George Nolan 260 

LeClerc, Arthur Burge 325 

Ledbetter, Nancy Ann 325 

Lee, Bertie Dale 288 

Lee, David Edward 325 

Lee, Edward Graham 305 

Lee, Freddie Wood 325 

Lee, Janey Rose 288 

Lee, Jo Ann 260 

Lee, Mamie Lourina 325 

Lee, Margie Faye 305 

Lee, Marion Gayle 325 

Lee, Robert Edward 325 

Lee, Ronald B 325 

Lee, Sudie M 305 

Lee, Sylvia Elizabeth 325 

Lee, William Dalton, Jr 260 

Lee, William Grier 325 

L'ee, Vickie Lou 305 

Lefavor, Marshall Wade 305 

Legat, Stephen Anthony 325 



Leggett, Hubert Kermit, Jr.... 305 

Leggett, Joseph Benjamin 325 

Leggette, Nancy Ann 325 

Letcher, Clayton Orvin 325 

Leonard, Richard Carlton 233 

Lennon, Donald Ray 237 

Lewis, Charles Franklin 288 

Lewis. Ira Gail 305 

Lewis, Jeane Carol 325 

Lewis, Jimmy Wayne .' . 305 

Lewis, Larry Norman 325 

Lewis, Lynda Carole 325 

Lewis, MoUie Jean 325 

Lewis, Shelby Jean 325 

Lewis, Susan Marie 325 

Lewis, Valerie Ann 288 

Lewis, Wiley Howard 325 

Liles, Carolyn Neal 305 

Liles, Jerry Milton 288 

Liles, Ruby Victoria 325 

Lilley, Anthony Evan 325 

Lilley, Jeannette 325 

Lindsay, Barbara Rose 260 

Lindsey^ Vivian W 305 

Lineback, Neal G 305 

Lineberry, Curtis W 305 

Link, Elizabeth 1 260 

Little, Daphne Jane 288 

Little, Ruth 325 

Littleton, Sue F 305 

Littrell, Mary Sue 269 

Lipford, Nancy P 325 

Livesay, Phillip B 325 

Livesay, Robert W 305 

Livingston, Franklin 305 

Livingston, Sara B 325 

Lloyd, Wayne E 325 

Lockaniy, Malcolm S 305 

Lockwood, Nancy Lou 325 

Loftin, James 288 

Loftin, Judy 325 

Loftin, Mary F 305 

Loftis, Margaret Susan 305 

Lohr, Jackie Sue 325 

Long, Delano E 326 

Long, Faye 326 

Long, James A 288 

Long, Linda Carole 326 

Long, Linda Kathryn 305 

Long, Margaret A 326 

Long, Marilyn Douglas 326 

Lorfacher, Frederick G 326 

Love, Judith E 326 

Love, Sarah Thomas 288 

Lovett, Gerald F 260 

Lovic. Robert Henry 305 

Loving, Thomas F 326 

Lowe, Sue Scott 326 

Lowery, Graham S 288 

Lowery, Jacqueline L 288 

Lucas, William S 326 

Ludlum, Nancy L 260 

Lung, Barbara Ann 288 

Lupton, Sue Ann 305 

Lupton, Mardge Etta 260 

Lyerly, Melie Sue 326 

Lyles, Harry F 260 

Lynch, Dennis P 288 

Lynch, Frances A 326 

Lynch, Mikki Cox 260 

Lynn, Patricia Ann 326 

Lynch, Priscilla F 305 

Lynch, Royal A 260 

Lytch, Lendora A 260 

Lyon, Graham D 288 

Lyon, Martha Jane 305 



Mabry, Robert' Maverick 305 

MacDiarmid, James Murray .... 305 



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Yearbook Were Made By 

SMITH STUDIO 
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for the 1961 BUCCANEER 

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MacKill, Margaret Robertson ... 326 

Maddox, Edwin Thomas, Jr 32(5 

Magus, George Harry 261 

Mahaffev, Charles Edward 305 

Mahaffey, John William II 326 

Mahler, Alia Faye 288 

Maiorano, Frank Anthony, Jr. . . 288 

Mallard, Edith Ann 288 

Mallory, Sidney Cornelius 261 

Mann, Cecelia Gavel 305 

Mann, Edmund Spencer, Jr 261 

Mann, Joe Allen 326 

Mann, Linda Faye 305 

Manning, Barbara Ann 288 

Manning, Lee Odell Jr 326 

Manning, Linda Katherine 326 

Manning, Louise J 305 

Marcom, Martha Nell 261 

Marlon, Partia Ann 305 

Maroon, Acbert John 326 

Marr, John W 326 

Marsh, JoAnn 305 

Marshbourne, Rachel M 288 

Marshburn, Anne Scott 326 

Martin, Betsy Ross 288 

Martin, Bowie Gray 288 

Martin, James Edward 261 

Martin, Joseph Roy, Jr 261 

Martin, Kenneth Morris 326 

Martin, Laura Ann 288 

Martin, Leon Gerald 305 

Martin, Lynda Kay 261 

Martin, Marshall Glenn 305 

Martin, Mary Olivia 326 

Martin, Shirley Ann 326 

Martin, Walter Travis, Jr 238 

Martin, William Lynwood 305 

Maske, Sherry Anne 261 

Mason, Jimmie Edward 305 

Mason, Lona 326 

Mason, Polly Elizabeth 326 

Massad, Mary Elizabeth 261 

Massengill, Linda Lee 326 

Massey, James Wade 288 

Massey, Joseph Edwin 305 

Massey, Lucy Jane 261 

Massey, Peggy Christine 326 

Massey, Willie Byron, Jr 288 

Mathers, John L 288 

Matheson, Forrest M 288 

Matlock, Grover Lee 326 

Matthews, Barbara Ann 326 

Matthews, Donna Kay 326 

Matthews, Doris Elizabeth 261 

Matthews, John Thomas 288 

Blatthews, John Vivian, Jr 305 

Matthews, Nancy Spivey 288 

Matthews, Ronald Ray 305 

Matthews, Vivian Marie 326 

Matthews, William Nathan 288 

Mauney, Mary Evelyn 305 

Maxwell, Grace Dare 288 

Maxwell, Malcolm H 326 

Maxwell, Oscar Browning, Jr. . . . 326 

Maxwell, Patricia Ann 305 

May, Celia Pitts 305 

Mayes, Emmett Ernest, Jr 238 

Maynard, Llew Jean 326 

Maynard, Patsy Marie 261 

Maynor, Betty Carlene 261 

Mayo, Frank Taylor 261 

Mayo, George Soloman 326 

Mays, Mary Ann 305 

Mayton, Joseph Francis 326 

McAlister, Thomas Eugene 327 

McArthur, Donald Lee 327 

McArthur, Robbie Taylor 261 

McArthur, Wilson Cooper 306 

McBryde, Richard Vincent, Jr. . . 327 

McCain, Lelia Carole 300 

McClain, Cleo Ann 327 

McClamroch, Gail Elizabeth 306 

McCoy, Lana Kay 327 



McCotter, Ralph Hooker, Jr 327 

McCrea, Ronald Draper 306 

McCroskey, Jean Ardyth 261 

McCullen, Carol Louise 300 

McCullen, Shirley Jean 306 

McCulley, Diane 306 

McDaniel, Jimi Elizabeth 261 

McDaniel, Theresa Louise 288 

McDonald, Janet Elizabeth 327 

McDonald, John Allen 306 

McDonald, Mary Ellen 288 

McDonald, Neil Bradford 327 

McDonald, Robert Wayne 327 

McDougald, Billie Karen 327 

McDuffie, Judith Anne 261 

McElrath, Peggy Jean 327 

McEwen, Robert James 327 

McGee, Nathan Eugene 306 

McGee, John Harrelson 327 

McGee, Ted Ollie, Jr 262 

McGee, Thelma Alice 327 

McGill, Dora Priscilla 262 

McHugh, Mary Jane 306 

Mcllwean, Burness Ann 327 

McKean, Sharon Lee 327 

McKee, Thomas W 262 

McKeel, Linda Elaine 307 

McLamb, Charlotte 262 

McLamb, John Charles 327 

McLamb, Johnny Stewart 238 

McLarty, Julia Arminta 327 

McLaurin, Henry Franklin 327 

McLaurin, Margaret Lynn 327 

McLaurin, Melton Alonza 307 

McLawhorn, Jessie Lucile 262 

McLawhorn, Jonathan Kerry . . . 327 

McLawhorn, V. Karen 288 

McLean, EJizabeth Carlyle 327 

McLean, Lois Jo 262 

McLeod, Rachel Anne 262 

McNeil, Andrew Patteson 288 

McNeill, James Baxter 327 

McPhatter, Mary Sue 288 

McPherson, Dallas William 327 

McPherson, Helen Marie 262 

McPherson, Margaret Diana 327 

McPherson, Jan, Jr 327 

McQueen, Donald Ray 307 

McRae, Myrna Ruth 307 

Meadows, Sarah Kathryn 306 

Meares, Macie Carol 326 

Meeks, Gary Andrew 306 

Meeks, Howard 326 

Meeks, Kerdis E., Jr 326 

Meekins, Wesley Mearl 262 

Meiggs, Marvin Griggs, Jr. ... 326 

Meiggs, Winfred Millard 326 

Melcher, Pat Anne 326 

Melton, Annie Margaret 306 

Melton, Hilda Lee 262 

Melton, Martha Kathleen 326 

Melvin, Billie Fallen 326 

Menefee, Robert M., Jr 288 

Menzaro, Camilla Anne 326 

Meredith, Kenneth Ross 306 

Meredith, William B 306 

Merritt, Alpha 288 

Merritt, Grace Lee 283 

Merritt, John Cutting 238 

Merritt, Joyce Faye 262 

Mervis, Ron Stuart 326 

Mewborn, Linda Lee 262 

Mewborn, Marilene 326 

Mewborn, Martha Lou 326 

Mewborn, Robert A 306 

Mewborn, Sallie Mae 306 

Mewborn, Virgil Kyman 326 

Meyer, Sally Marie 326 

Micol, Janet Marie 326 

Middleton, Ann Henderson 288 

Midgett, Jo Anne 326 

Midgette, Lillie Ann 262 



Milby, James Alton 326 

Miles, Charles Garland 262 

Miller, Carolyn Genevieve 262 

Miller, Carolyn Virginia 326 

Miller, Cecil' Irvin 288 

Miller, Eugene LeGrand 288 

Miller, 'Linda James 306 

Miller, Michael Homer 288 

Miller, Michael Stephen 262 

Miller, Mildred Johnson 262 

Miller, William Pearce 288 

Millekin, Patricia Ann 288 

Mills, Altie Kay 262 

Milton, Betty Frances 263 

Mills, Cecil Lee 306 

Mills, Dorothy Annette 326 

Minton, James Gordon 263 

Mills, Jimmy Luther 306 

Mills, Linda Gay 326 

Mills, Montrose 289 

Millson, Charles David 326 

Minis, Richard Lee 306 

Minson, Margaret Ellen 326 

Minton, Linda Sue 327 

Minton, Shirley Jo 289 

Misenheimer, Jacob Ross, Jr. ... 327 

Misenheimer, Vernon Lee 306 

Miskelly, Barbara Ann 263 

Mitchell, Charles A 306 

Mitchell, John Davis, Jr 289 

Mitchell, Margaret Joyce 306 

Mitchell, William Frank, Jr 289 

Mizell, Arlen Eugene 306 

Mizelle, Cecil Smith 327 

Mizelle, Connie Gaylord 289 

Mizell, Edward Thomas 306 

Miizelle, Walter Franklin 327 

Mobley, Betty Jean 263 

Mobley, Bobby Ray 263 

Mobley, Carolyn Jane 327 

Mobley, Charles Wayne 327 

Mobley, Judith Allen 327 

Modlin, Judith Cathryn 327 

Monk, Marianne 306 

Moon, Mitchell Stone 263 

Moon. Sandra Lee 263. 

Moore, Betty Faye 263 

Moore, Bobby Lee 306 

Moore, Cecil Ray 306 

Moore, Doris Jacquelyn 327 

Moore, Dorothy Blake 327 

Moore, Emily Lou 306 

Moore, Eugene M 289 

Moore, James Roland 327 

Moore, Jerry Walter 306 

Moore, John Wilson 289 

Moore, Judith Ann 306 

Moore, Lois Marie 289 

Moore, Marjorie Jean 263 

Moore, Mary Hazel 289 

Moore, Robert Eugene 306 

Moore, Stephen David, Jr 327 

Moore, William C 327 

Morgan, Emma Sue 289 

Morgan, Lois Sellers 289 

Morgan, Rebecca Jane 289 

Morgan, Vickie Lee 289 

Morris, Burl Stevens 263 

Morris, Jean Carroll 306 ■ 

Morris, Jimmy Austin 263 

Morris, Nancy Lee 327 

Morris, Ralph Winston 306 

Morris, Roy Lee 306 

Morris, Sally Ann 263 

Morris, Selba Ann 327 

Morse, Peggy Ann 306 

Morse, Shirley Joan 327 

Morton, Linda Raye 327 

Morton, Wayne Kellum 306 

Moser, Brabara Ann 263 

Moser, Julie Ann 289 

Moseley, Frances Sugg 327 

Mosser, Victoria Lewis 289 




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Moye, Lillian Bruce 289 

Moye, Linda Lou 327 

Mustian, James Taylor, Jr 280 

Mozingo, Garland Ray 263 

Mozingo, Malese 327 

Mozingo, Shirley Gray 263 

Muldrow, Robert E 289 

Mullen, Jean Yvonne 263 

Mullins, Patricia Fay 327 

Mumford, Larry 306 

Mumford, Mary Helen 306 

Munn, Charles Raye 263 

Munn, Mary Alice 306 

Murfee, Harrison Ray 327 

Murphrey, Rebecca T 289 

Murphrey, Robert Thomas 327 

Murphy, Judy Velma 306 

Murray, Barbara Gray 289 

Murray, Bobby Gene 263 

Murray, Carlos Williams, Jr. ... 327 

Murray, Thomas Wavell 306 

Muse, George Allen 306 

Musselwhite, Douglas Mack .... 327 

Musgrave, Bonnie Loue 306 

Musser, Juliette Cromwell 327 

Mustian, Monroe Dunlap 327 

Mustian, Thomas Alfred, Jr 264 

Myers, James William 289 

Myers, Marcia Diane 327 



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Nadelman, Evelyn Diane 307 

Nance, James Philmore 327 

Nance, Robert Alfred 307 

Nantz, Freddie Ross 327 

Narron, Linda Kay 329 

Narron, Rebecca Sue 289 

Nash, Phyllis Dean 307 

Neal, Ronnie Lone 307 

Neale, Emily 289 

Nelson, Darrell Earl 327 

Nelson, Donald McPhail 327 

Nelson, Eldon Lance, Jr 32^ 

Nelson^ Margaret Matilda 32S 

Nelson, Robert A 32J 

Nelson, Sandra Holmes 28i 

Nerlinger, Madaline E 307 

Nesbitt, Robert Phillip 328 

Nesbit, Sara Martha 289 

Nethercutt, Henry G 289 

New, Jeannette 264 

Newbern, Elton, Jr 307 

Newbern, Fannie H 328 

Newbern, John E 289 

Newby_, Frances G 264 

Newby, JoAnn B 289 

Newcomb, Bonny Jo 328 

Newell, Sandra. Sue 328 

Newkirk, Mary Jane 328 

Newman, Bobbie G 328 

Newman, Wilbur L 264 

Nibbelink, Dinah Ray 328 

Nicholas, John L 307 

Nicholas, James W 307 

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